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The Disability Wiki

Welcome!  The Disability Wiki is an internet-based resource that addresses in one place your questions and concerns about disability benefits, disability insurers, your illness, your occupation, and filing a claim, appeal or litigation.  In other words, a "Wikipedia" for disability claims.  If you would like to automatically receive new posts, please subscribe below.

 

 

Category: Policies

Individual Insurance Policy | Appeals

Policies Appeal a Denial Individual Policies

Appeals Strategy

When you hire the disability attorneys at Riemer & Associates, we sit down with you and formulate a customized strategy for appealing your claim denial. We listen to your needs and concerns and try to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. Although every client and claim is different, there are certain strategies we follow for every appeal.

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Understanding Your Disability Policy | Mental Illness Limitation

ERISA Mental Illness Limitation Policies

Your long term disability policy may limit your period of eligibility if your disability results from a psychiatric condition.  This is commonly referred to as a Mental Illness Limitation.  Notably, the limitation may affect you even if you are not disabled due to a psychiatric condition.

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How Much Can I Expect to Receive from My Long Term Disability Policy?

ERISA Policies Schedule of Benefits

This is a question our disability lawyers are frequently asked by new clients. The amount of your benefit depends on the terms of your policy.  Long term disability policies vary. To learn what yours pays, you will need to refer to the policy or your summary plan description.

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New York Disability Insurance Attorney Explains "Any Occupation" Disability Policies

Policies Any Occupation

Our New York disability insurance attorney often finds that clients do not understand what they must prove to qualify for benefits.  This post will explain some key terms found in long term disability policies that may determine whether a claim is approved or denied.

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What Is Not Covered by Long Term Disability Insurance?

Policies Eligibility

More and more people are investigating long term disability coverage these days and with good reason; a study conducted by the Council for Disability Awareness, reports that one out of four 20 year olds will have a long term disability before they reach 65 years of age. Moreover, the average time they will be out of work is over two years. Long term disability insurance is typically offered through employers, but individuals can also buy it on their own.                                                                        

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