Offsets Or Overpayments

Are You Responsible For Paying Money To Your Insurance Company?

If you have a disability, you may have been collecting benefits from your state disability insurance. If you now receive additional benefits from another source, such as Social Security Disability (SSD), your insurance has the right to collect the offsets from the payments.

Just when you felt relief, you realize that you need money to pay back your insurance provider. The problem is that you may not have the money to do so. It is important to educate yourself on the options you might have available to ensure your rights are protected, something which our firm routinely handles. At Law Office of P. Randall Noah, we pride ourselves on our abilities to explain complex issues clearly and being there for our clients when their finances are at risk.

Understanding What An Offset Could Mean For You

We have a unique understanding of not only offsets and overpayments, but also the entire insurance law system. Founding attorney Randy Noah previously worked for insurance companies, giving him an insider's perspective and giving us a strong understanding of exactly what your legal options are for reducing or eliminating the offsets or overpayment.

Contact us today if your disability insurance company applied offsets from another source of benefits, including:

If the insurance company claims it has overpaid you, Mr. Noah will thoroughly review your disability insurance contract to look for when the offset should begin. If the offset started too early, we may be able to have some payments eliminated. Our ultimate goal is to find a solution that allows you to keep benefit payments, rather than having to pay it all back.

An Experienced Lawyer, Fighting For A Favorable Result

Our firm can navigate this confusing process on your behalf. To get our help, call us at 925-402-4529 or email us through our online contact form. We have offices in Orinda and South Lake Tahoe, California, and serve clients nationwide. For certain cases, we offer a free 30-minute consultation.