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M.S. from Tempe, AZ

I was shocked when I received my denial letter for ongoing long term disability payments. I contacted the insurance company and found out the denial was due to human error, of course their explanation was much longer but it meant the same. They had denied me because they had determined I could go to back to work in spite of Social Security finding me fully disabled and all of the supporting medical records. I am no longer able to take care of myself, I had to sell my home and move in with my son and his family. I am bedridden 21 hours a day and struggle with activities of daily living; but the insurance company determined I could go back to work. I knew I needed a good attorney.

I contacted 4 attorneys, including Scott Davis who was highly recommended from another attorney. A good piece of advice they all gave was to retain an attorney first thing. Scott Davis was the only one who had a specific plan. A plan to ensure every t was crossed and every i dotted, not to mention irrefutable medical documentation. In fact, his office contacted me regarding a box the doctor did not check, it wasn’t really medically applicable but it was necessary to address it. Scott Davis and his staff not only have the expertise and diligence to win their cases, they have an understanding of how difficult it is to be completely disabled, all the loss one feels physically, mentally and financially. They have always been kind, compassionate, patient and forgiving of my moods.


SA from Albuquerque, NM

I retained Scott to help me with a disability claim against MetLife. I found Scott and his entire staff to be very knowledgeable, professional and courteous. They kept me informed of all happenings in the case and constantly provided accurate and insightful counseling. Scott’s knowledge of disability claims and insurance company policies were crucial to the successful outcome of my claim without having to resort to litigation. I highly recommend Scott to anyone needing representation for disability claims.