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When Should A Waiver Of Premium Form Be Submitted To The Insurance Company?

When should a waiver of premium form be submitted to the insurance company?
Long Term Disability - Question 30
If your Group Benefits plan includes Life Insurance, you may be entitled to a Waiver of Premiums while you are disabled.   You should ask your employer and/or the insurance company whether you qualify for a Waiver of Premium and request and submit any forms that may be required so that premiums can be waived.
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