My insurance company forced me to return to work even though I am disabled. I am struggling and cannot continue working. Do I have to submit a new claim?
The question of whether a new claim must be submitted if you cannot continue will usually depend on the “Recurrent Disability” provision in the policy, or the clause in the policy that deals with the impact an attempt at returning to work will have on future entitlement in the event that the return attempt fails. You should carefully review the policy terms in your specific case to see how this works in your particular circumstances.
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