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How Can An Employee Protect Themselves When Making A Disability Claim?

What should an employee do to protect themselves when making a disability claim?

Group Benefits - Question 1
They ought to make sure that they are doing all they can to protect their interests. If they feel that the employer is not sympathetic, they should consider consulting a lawyer that may be able to assist with navigating through getting employer co-operation in making a claim, or in the alternative, to provide advice regarding the potential pitfalls.

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