Erin handles long-term and short-term disability benefits appeals and litigation, reimbursement issues, insurance bad faith, and several other issues within the purview of disability law. She routinely manages cases at all stages, from assisting with proof of loss to litigating claims in state and federal court. She has represented clients against most of the major insurance companies and several Fortune 500 companies.
Through her experiences, Erin has come to understand the importance of compassionate but aggressive advocacy and superior client service. She assists clients struggling with a multitude of disabling illnesses, both physical and mental in nature. She has experience handling independent medical examinations, peer reviews, insurance carrier interviews, surveillance, vocational assessments, and other tools used to assess eligibility for disability benefits.
Erin earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and certificate in Public Administration from Arizona State University, graduating cum laude and on scholarship through the Armstrong Family Foundation.
Before joining Caldwell & Ober, Erin ran her own law practice, focusing on ERISA claims. She has worked with small firms and non-profits throughout the years, handling a variety of legal and policy issues with a focus on civil litigation and appellate work.