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When a Canadian can no longer work and is denied his long term disability, what would be the next step of action?

Disability Benefits - Question 148
Most disability insurers will give you a right to appeal a denial. We at Share lawyers would recommend that you contact a lawyer before appealing. There are certain time limits to sue that may impact your ability to get your long term disability benefits.

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