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What Can I Do If My Disability Benefits Have Been Denied Based On Income?

I have a private disability policy and my insurance company insists that I do not qualify for full benefits because my income has not been the amount I stated when I applied for the policy. What can I do?
Disability Benefits - Question 88
Private disability policies can be quite complex. If your claim is being denied on this basis, then you should first ask the agent who sold you the policy to look into the matter. If the agent cannot resolve it, then you should have an experienced disability lawyer review the policy and other pertinent documents to determine your options.
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