Reuters Article Highlights Long-Term Disability Insurance Advice Given by Evan Schwartz

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Evan Schwartz, from QuadrinoSchwartz law firm, gives long-term disability insurance advice in a Reuters article.

A recent Reuters’ article entitled “Should you Buy Extra Insurance at Work?” was released with long-term disability insurance advice from Evan Schwartz.

The Reuters’ article gave information, tips, and help on topics like long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and care insurance for long-term.

The article had advice and information from professionals like Evan Schwartz, a founder and partner of the QuadrinoSchwartz law firm. Evan Schwartz is a top ranking litigator and a skilled strategist in different areas of the law. Schwartz has devoted many years to insurance litigation, and to long-term disability insurance, representing policyholders.

Schwartz was able to give specific advice in the Reuters’ article about long-term disability insurance, about group disability coverage and plans, individual insurance plans and denied claims.

One example of what Schwartz explained in the long-term disability insurance portion of the article is given here, “Group disability coverage usually replaces 50 percent to 70 percent of your salary if an illness or accident leaves you unable to work for three months or longer."

QuadrinoSchwartz law firm has been representing business, group and individual customers with denied claims, insurance claims and insurance coverage claims or situations successfully for more than 20 years. QuadrinoSchwartz is backed by disability attorneys who have years of education and experience.

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