MD Guidelines and Your Long Term Disability Claim | Long Term Disability Lawyer Tampa
Did you know that there is a company called MD Guidelines, which is being advertised as an “essential tool for insurers who underwrite and manage disability and workers’ compensation products”? MD Guidelines, has developed return to work guidelines through a “rigorous statistical analysis of over 2 million disability cases,” and have been “reviewed by a panel of leading physicians to ensure recommendations that are fair, consistent and represent leading edge medical knowledge.” Visit MD Guidelines.
What they haven’t told you is that a lot of these return to work guidelines are based solely on workers’ compensation claims and not Long Term Disability claims. What they also didn’t tell you that the medical advisory board has on it doctors such Dr. Gertsenblitt, Dr. Tracy Schmidt, Dr. Shipko and other physicians that are normally used by Long Term Disability carriers in their peer review process to deny claims.
MD Guidelines is, unfortunately, a tool that Long Term Disability carriers will use to deny your Long Term Disability benefits. To learn more about the games that Long Term Disability carriers play in Long Term Disability cases, order your free copy of Robbed of Your Peace of Mind: Important Information on Long Term Disability Insurance Policies, The Claims Process, and How to Win Your Long Term Disability Benefits, by Nancy Cavey, leading Long Term Disability Lawyer who practices nationwide and will assist you in your Long Term Disability claim.