When Rosemary McGahey was denied long-term disability benefits after 24 months, she appealed Harvard University’s decision. She had been approved by Social Security for disability coverage. But Harvard claimed that their standards were different than Social Security’s. At Harvard’s request, she had seen numerous physicians and psychologists, physical therapists and occupational therapists. Did the evidence from these visits validate Harvard’s decision?

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