My Long-Term Disability Claim Has Been Denied Do I Have to Exhaust All Levels of Appeal Even If My Appeal Won’t Matter?
You paid your premiums, filed your claim when you were no longer able to work, and waited for your check. But instead of a check, you got a letter denying your claim. A long-term disability claim denial can be devastating. Alternatively, your claim might have been accepted, but now you’ve gotten a letter from the disability carrier terminating your benefits. The denial or termination letter should explain the basis of the denial or termination, your rights, and your obligation to file an appeal of the denial or termination. Do I have to Exhaust All Levels of Appeal before Going to Court? The short answer...Continue reading