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Long-Term Disability Terms You Should Know: Part II


In a previous article, we took a closer look at some common long-term disability insurance terms and their definitions. At the Martin Law Group, LLC, we want to ensure that you have the tools and understanding necessary to making solid decisions when it comes to your disability benefits. That is why we have assembled another list of terms and defined them all for your benefit and convenience. Read on to learn more!

Attending Physician Statement: The Attending Physician Statement, or APS, is a written report from a doctor that documents the claimant’s past and current health status. Typically, insurance companies use APS reports to determine a claimant’s eligibility to receive benefits.

Concurrent Disability: This term refers to an instance where an individual has more than one injury or disability at one time. Even though there is more than one condition that can cause disability, benefits are typically distributed as if there is only one injury or condition.

Significant Earnings Loss Provision: This provision protects the insured from a significant loss of income if he/she should return to work.

Return to Work Provision: Some disability plans include incentives designed to encourage disabled employees to return to work. The insured person may receive a large percent of pre-disability earnings based on a combination of variables under the provision. Speak to your long-term disability attorney to learn more.

Rider: A rider is any extra agreement that expands upon the limits of a policy’s benefits, conditions, or coverage.

When it comes to ensuring that you receive the disability benefits you are entitled to, you shouldn’t leave anything to chance. Navigating the legal process and jargon can leave even the savviest individuals in a state of confusion. Don’t take any chances with your future: contact a seasoned and knowledgeable lawyer to walk through the process with you. At the Martin Law Group, LLC we have the tools to win your case. If we don’t win, we don’t get paid. Call us today.

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