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When Should I Get A Lawyer Involved If Denied Long-Term Disability Benefits?

If I was recently denied long-term disability benefits, when should I get a lawyer involved?
Disability Benefits - Question 103
You should contact a disability benefits lawyer as soon as the insurance company denies your claim. Appeals that are offered to you can be meaningless and your lawyer can advise whether there is any point in "appealing" or simply proceeding with legal action without further delay.
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