Success With Disability Claims for Vice Presidents

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Bartolic Law handles Long Term Disability cases at all stages, from filing a claim to lawsuits under ERISA § 502(a). We are who the most discerning clients hire when an insurer denies their claim, and the one they wish they had when another firm loses their appeal and abandons the case. We are Innovative, Authentic, Compassionate, Transparent and Chicago strong. Bartolic Law is nationally renowned for our Innovative work:

A physical or mental impairment could require a vice president to take significant time away from work – or to step down from the role permanently.
In either case, there will likely be a substantial loss of income, and the need to find a source of financial support.
A skilled disability benefits attorney can assist you in obtaining the benefits you need during this difficult time.

Success with Long-Term Disability Claims for Vice Presidents

Bartolic Law helps Vice Presidents, and other upper management employees, secure their long-term disability benefits when they cannot keep up with the job demands any longer. In one case, our client was a Vice President of Design for an architecture and design firm. After years of congestive heart failure and several cardiac events and surgeries, the client’s cardiologist ordered the client to stop working, as the stress of the job increased the client’s risk of another cardiac event.

The insurer initially deemed the claim based on another illness, the treatment of which itself exacerbated the cardiac condition, but was not independently disabling. We worked the case up with detailed explanations of the cardiac history and progression, and explained the unreasonable risk of a future cardiac event. We used objective testing and video and image evidence to support the client’s case. In the end, we recovered for the client, equipping the client to put the stress behind, and live in medical retirement with financial security and dignity.

People often start at the bottom of the corporate ladder and work long days, giving their best efforts to get promoted. If you reached the level of vice president, it should be a proud moment in your career. However, everything can get turned upside-down if you get diagnosed with a disabling medical condition that keeps you from being able to perform your job.

If you have disability insurance through your employer or a policy you purchased, you should not wait to get the claim process started. Filing a successful claim can be a challenging process, so you should speak with a Chicago disability lawyer as soon as possible. If you already filed a claim and it has been delayed, or you received a denial, contact our team to discuss the best next steps.


If you’re struggling to get the benefits you need to get by, then we’ll fight to obtain the benefits you deserve. Contact us today to learn more.

Speak with a Chicago Disability Claims Attorney

Vice Presidents and executives have unique roles in management. Though people typically think of these positions as desk jobs, they are anything but. They typically involve travel to clients or travel among offices to manage personnel in different locations. Vice President can mean something different at each employer, but the title generally indicates a certain seniority status, in either the number of individuals directly or indirectly reporting to the VP or in status as a producer.

Bartolic Law helps executives and other professionals file or appeal disability insurance claims, and we fight for the full benefits our clients deserve. If you lost your ability to work because of a disability, contact‌ ‌us‌ to learn more about how a Chicago disability benefits attorney can help, and to schedule a consultation online.

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