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Why Exaggerating Your Symptoms Can Result in a Denied Disability Claim

Why Exaggerating Your Symptoms Can Result in a Denied Disability Claim

You have a medical condition that is legitimately disabling. You’re preparing a claim to submit to your insurance company. A lot is riding on this: your health, your finances, your future. You’ve heard that insurance companies have high denial rates and you worry that they will deny you like they have so many others. Exaggerating Symptoms Can Result In Denied Claim It’s at this point that you might be tempted to exaggerate your symptoms. However, it is important to remember that if the insurance company finds out, your claim will be immediately dismissed...
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Workplace Bullying May Be a Contributing Factor to Your Disability

Workplace Bullying May Be a Contributing Factor to Your Disability

Workplace Bullying & Disability Benefits If you are unable to work due to a medical condition created or worsened by psychological or physical workplace bullying, don’t give up. You may be eligible for disability benefits from your group or private insurance, even if your insurance company deems the cause of your disability to be a “workplace conflict” and denies your claim on those grounds. Some examples of medical conditions that may develop or worsen due to workplace bullying include psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depression or...