Fresh Denial Letters
A fresh denial letter would be a letter that you just received in the mail.
With an ERISA denial, most people are afforded 180 days to appeal the denial in the administrative process. While 180 days may seem like a lot, the process of interviewing a potential client, sending and receiving a fee agreement, sending out a letter of representation, obtaining the claim file and reviewing it, and then proceeding to gather all evidence necessary for a complete appeal takes time. Obviously, it is much easier to build a strong appeal when your attorney has more time to build it! Calling an ERISA attorney as soon as possible once you receive a denial letter from the insurance company is helpful for you and your attorney. If you have been told that you are denied or received a letter, call our office to see if we can help you.