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If My Disability Claim Is Denied, When Should I Get A Lawyer Involved?

If my disability claim is denied, when should I get a lawyer involved?
Disability Benefits - Question 104
You should contact a disability claim lawyer as soon as the insurance company denies your claim. Your lawyer can advise you on whether it is prudent to appeal the decision or proceed with legal action.
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