Monthly Archives November 2017

Should I File For Disability

SHOULD I FILE FOR DISABILITY?   I have a disability policy that I’m paying in to out of my paychecks every week at work. I don’t feel well and I think I would like to stop working and try to open a disability claim. Should I call an attorney to see if I qualify for disability? Do these apply to your situation?  Are you considering applying for disability through a private insurance company, commonly associated with a federal statute called ERISA? Disability insurance attorneys can definitely help disabled people obtain disability benefits, and there are issues like pre-existing conditions (http://www.benefitsdenied.com/pre-existing-conditions)
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Social Security and Long Term Disability Catch-22

THAT’S SOME CATCH, THAT CATCH-22 Approved for social security, but denied on your long-term disability claim?  Welcome to the catch-22. Catch-22 is the title of a novel written by Joseph Heller in 1961.  It refers to a paradoxical rule which prevents any successful resolution.  Insurance companies sometimes take this approach to social security disability when it comes to reviewing your eligibility for disability insurance benefits.  If a disability insurance claimant is denied social security disability, a disability insurance company will often cite a social security denial in its denial of disability insurance benefits.  On the other hand, if a disability
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