Many employees rely on disability insurance benefits if they have been injured or have developed a sickness which prevents them from working. Disability insurance provides individuals with a percentage of his or her typical salary until the employee is able to return to work or turns age 65. However, what employees aren’t usually aware of is that as soon as disability benefits start, the disability insurance company wants them to stop and they will use a wide range of tactics to make that happen.
As a disability attorney who has worked on thousands of long-term disability claims against major insurance companies around the country, I can tell you that insurance company tactics can involve undercover investigations, fact-twisting, and even having bias doctors subjectively determine that you are not disabled as in a recent disability insurance case.
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