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ERISA • Employment Law
  • How to Appeal a Long-Term Disability Denial

    Insurance companies are notorious for being extremely stringent on initial long-term disability claims. They lose nothing by denying claims and making you fight for benefits. There is no obligation for these companies to show any good faith when considering your claim. Therefore, you may be in a position where you have to appeal a denial of your claim.

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  • Common Conditions That Can Cause Long-Term Disability

    There are a number of reasons why you may be unable to work for the long term. While accident-related injuries could qualify you for long-term disability, there are other conditions that would allow you to receive benefits. Here are five common causes for long-term disability claims. Cancer You may be entitled to benefits, but not for all cases

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  • What Is an ERISA Claim?

    Even among attorneys, ERISA is often misunderstood. There are few who can claim to really understand this complex and very-detailed law. As an employee, what you need to know is that this statute gives you the right to sue an employer. Simply stated, ERISA exists to protect all of your employee benefits. However, the process that you need

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