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What Are My Options If I Can't Work At The Same Job After Being On LTD?

What options do I have when I have been on long term disability through my employer and cannot go back to do the same job?
Disability Benefits - Question 144
Some policies have a rehabilitation clause and your employer has a duty to accommodate you. Nevertheless, insurers usually do not properly implement their rehabilitation clauses under the policies. You should be speaking to a lawyer to discuss either continued disability or options to return to work.
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