LONG TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE CLAIMS AND LAWSUITS​

LONG TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE CLAIMS AND LAWSUITS​

REPRESENTING LINCOLN FINANCIAL DISABILITY INSURANCE POLICYHOLDERS

The Lincoln National Life Insurance company was founded in Fort Wayne, Indiana on June 12, 1905. During a time of controversy among big, established insurers, its 33 founders envisioned an insurance company rooted in dependability and honesty. To convey this spirit of integrity, they adopted the name of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, to represent the ideals the new company was founded upon. Robert Todd Lincoln, the President’s only surviving son, gave the founders permission to use his father’s name and likeness in July 1905. Along with life insurance, the company also provides Lincoln Financial disability insurance.   Within its first six years, The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company assumed a respected position of expertise among fellow insurers and regulators. In 1911, Lincoln Life reported $6.5 million of life insurance in force with $250,000 in premium income and $750,000 in assets. During its first 50 years – from 1905 to 1955 – Lincoln Life grew to become the ninth largest life insurance company in the United States. In 2006, Lincoln merged with Jefferson Pilot Financial.   As a disability insurance law firm, Schwartz, Conroy & Hack commonly receives Lincoln Financial disability inquiries. We represent those Lincoln Financial policyholders who have submitted claims and have had their claims either delayed, disputed, denied or terminated. Our disability insurance lawyers can be contacted through the form here or by calling toll-free at 1-800-745-1755 for help regarding your Lincoln Financial disability claim denial.