Category: Long-Term Disability

ERISA • Employment Law
  • How to Document a Mental Health Disability

    Properly documenting a disability is critical to receiving the benefits you deserve. However, documenting a mental health disability is often harder than a physical one. You might find that you have not collected sufficient evidence to convince your insurance carrier that you qualify for benefits. To help your case, follow these tips. Meet with a Doctor A doctor

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  • Do I Need to Attend an Independent Medical Exam?

    After an employee makes a long-term disability claim, the insurance company often requests an independent medical exam (IME). During the IME, you will be examined by a doctor chosen by the insurance company. If this sounds a little suspicious, you are right for being skeptical. Often, insurers use IMEs to deny disability benefits by having their doctor minimize

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