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What Should I Do When The Insurance Company Cuts Off Long Term Disability?

What should I do when the insurance company cuts off long term disability?
Disability Benefits - Question 41
Your insurance company will typically send you a letter explaining the reason that your long term disability benefits have ended and setting out your options, including how to appeal the decision. Consulting with an experienced disability lawyer is also recommended at this point.
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