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- Medical Examinations for Long-Term Disability Claims: What to Know
What is an Independent Medical Examination? An Independent Medical Examination or “IME” is an assessment that is arranged for you by your long term disability insurance company. In most long term disability insurance policies or plans, the insurance company has the right under the policy/plan to sen … Read more »
- Top 10 Reasons Long-Term Disability Claims are Denied or Terminated
Has the insurance company carefully reviewed my claim?Are other claims being denied for the same reasons my claim was denied?Are there common reasons why long term disability claims are denied? Although each long term disability claim is different, it is common for insurers to have certain standard … Read more »
- My Battle to Enable Unionized Employees to Sue for Long-Term Disability Benefits: Barber v. Manulife
This is not an easy story to tell but it is an important one. This is my story about a battle I fought and sadly, lost. By giving away the unfortunate end result at the start of this article, I hope that as you read on. Instead of wondering how it all turns out, you can focus on how the Court’s de … Read more »
- Can my Employer Fire me if I am on Disability?
It is important to clarify that your employer cannot fire you because of your disability, however, it is possible for your employer to fire you when you are on disability leave as long as the reason for the termination of employment is not related to your disability. How do I know if I have been fir … Read more »
- Can I Apply for Long-Term Disability (LTD) Benefits if my Employment has Been Terminated?
If you are wondering whether you can apply for Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits under your previous employer’s insurance policy, even though you are no longer employed by them, you are not alone. This is a question that we have been asked countless times by hundreds of people, over the past 20 y … Read more »