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Though you may think that being approved for long term disability benefits is the end of the race, disability insurers like Northwestern Mutual handle their benefit claims on a month-to-month basis – which means that disability claimants must prove that they are entitled to continue receiving benefits each month. Below, we’ll explain more about what we’ve learned after handling thousands of Northwestern Mutual disability insurance claims and what claimants can do to keep their monthly disability income benefits on track.
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Northwestern Mutual sells many different types of disability insurance policies and you must review your own specific policy carefully to determine the definition of disability and what documentation is required. As a general overview of tips for having your claim approved, you must:
- Present strong medical evidence of your disabling condition.
- Explain how the disabling condition makes it impossible for you to do your own job for the first 24 months, and after that time, show how it prevents you from doing any job for which you are otherwise qualified.
- Submit your claim for disability benefits within the time limits established by Northwestern Mutual.
- Be prepared for Northwestern’s disability insurance interview.
If you’ve recently received a letter from Northwestern Mutual denying your claim for long term disability insurance benefits, you’re not alone. As one of the biggest (and most well-respected) long term disability insurance carriers operating in the U.S., Northwestern sends out tens (and perhaps hundreds) of thousands of these letters each year. What should disability insurance applicants expect when suing Northwestern Mutual to recover the disability insurance benefits to which they’re entitled? Read on to learn what the attorneys at Dell & Schaefer have discovered about litigating long term disability insurance claims against Northwestern Mutual.Continue Reading What to Expect From a Northwestern Mutual Disability Insurance Benefit Lawsuit
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