The longer Guardian Disability pays out long term disability benefits to a specific claimant, the more these benefits cost—so like all long term disability insurance carriers, Guardian has a vested interest in removing claimants from the disability rolls as soon as it can. This means that getting approved for disability benefits is just the first step; maintaining this approval is the key to receiving benefits through the end of the policy term. Learn more about what claimants should do to preserve their long term disability benefits with Guardian Disability.
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When it comes to disability insurance companies, there’s one universal truth: they don’t make money by approving claims. But there are options, and it’s important not to take a denied disability insurance claim as the final answer when it comes to your disability insurance determination. You may be able to appeal the denial of your insurance claim and, if the facts are in your favor, you can win. Read on to learn more about what’s involved in filing a disability insurance lawsuit against Guardian Disability.

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