If my doctor says I can’t work, won’t the insurance company approve my disability claim?
The many provisions and limitations on your insurance policy may give the insurance company a reason to deny your claim. Good documentation from your doctor that focuses specifically on why you cannot work will help your claim along but is no guarantee it will be approved. A good lawyer will not let policy provisions and limitations keep you from getting the benefits you are entitled to.
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