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What can I do if my employer refuses to pay for indemnity?

Disability Benefits - Question 27
The question is who owes you disability benefits.  In some cases, your employer will pay the benefit (such as short term disability benefits).  If you are unclear about what to do, you should consult a lawyer.  There are strict deadlines about when you need to apply for disability benefits and when you need to sue your insurer so you need to get advice early in the process if you are denied coverage.
 

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