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Can My Insurance Company Deny My Disability Claim Due To Workplace Conflict?

My claim was denied because the insurance company claims my disability is caused by a "workplace conflict". Am I now ineligible for benefits?
Disability Benefits - Question 117
If you are unable to work due to a medical condition created or worsened by psychological or physical bullying in the workplace, don't give up. You may be eligible for disability benefits from your group or private insurance, even if your insurance company deems the cause of your disability to be a "workplace conflict" and denies your claim on those grounds.
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