Top 10 Mistakes That Will Destroy Your Long Term Disability Claim
Protecting Your Claim
If you have suffered an injury or illness and you are intending to file a claim for benefits with your Long Term Disability insurance provider, you need to read Top Ten Mistakes That Will Destroy Your Long Term Disability Claim. OR, if you have already filed for benefits, but your claim has been denied, YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK!
All too often, claimants contact our office after they’ve already made critical mistakes that have damaged the strength of their initial claims or appeals. It is important to keep in mind that insurance companies want to avoid paying out benefits, so claimants should proceed very cautiously. Unfortunately, the mistakes that tend to have the greatest negative impact on claims just so happen to be the most common. That’s why this book was created.
Every disability claim is unique, because every claimant is unique. Consequently, this book cannot tell you exactly how to proceed with your claim. The information contained in this book, however, may help to protect your claim from avoidable missteps and mishaps along the way.
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What You Will Find In Our E-Book
All too often, clients contact us after they have already done things that could seriously jeopardize their claim. It is our hope that this book will prevent people from making some of the common mistakes that can lower the value of a claim. We cover the following common mistakes:
- Giving up too soon
- Failing to review your insurance policy
- Accepting a denial based on a pre-existing condition
- Answering questions over the phone
- Failing to provide proof and documentation
- Being unaware of video surveillance of your activities
- Not preparing for the field representative visit
- Overdoing it at the functional capacity examination
- Allowing the insurance company to talk to your doctor
- Making the wrong decision about an appeal
ONLY RESIDENTS OF IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA ARE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A FREE HARD COPY OF THIS BOOK.