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What Do You Mean By A Lump-Sum Settlement?

What do you mean by a lump-sum settlement?
Long Term Disability - Question 59
A lump-sum settlement in a disability claim represents a negotiated settlement which would include past benefits, future benefits, other items (such as extra-contractual damages, a contribution to legal costs, disbursements and HST). It is generally a compromise between $0.0 entitlement and 100% entitlement.

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