Our client was a marketing officer who suffered a stroke, and the lasting damage to fine motor control and speech made the client unable to work on a keyboard and mouse as required to do the occupation. Bartolic Law made a compelling case including visual demonstrations of the lack of fine motor control, where we showed the client’s use of a covered cup to avoid spilling liquids and showed the client attempting to use a keyboard and mouse for work in email and various software programs. Simply reading the symptoms in medical records was not enough, and our unique proximity to our clients, and willingness to always go the extra mile, resulted in our client getting benefits paid.
We demonstrated a clinical nurse taking immunosuppressive drugs to accept a liver transplant remained disabled because the client could not safely engage in public contact. This is the risk of disability rule of disability insurance law that insurers often overlook, or deliberately ignore.
Wonderful experience, so glad I listened to reviews and went ahead with this firm to get my LTD benefits back (quickly too). Cannot sing their praises enough!
Truly showed me compassion throughout the whole process. I am very happy!! Answered all my questions as well! I would recommend anyone to Michael and Cheslynn!
I had called to get some assistance on a matter. Though, it wasn't anything too serious, Michael Bartolic treated me with respect and was kind enough to answer my question(s) and offered their assistance if the issue became urgent.…
Michael Bartolic and his firm represented me in my disability claim and I could not be more pleased with the experience! Michael is a dedicated, intelligent and kind attorney who truly cares about his clients. Michael fought a hard…
Michael Bartolic is a very knowledgeable ERISA. I just watched him handle an argument at the 7th Circuit on a case that we co-counseled and he did a very good job.