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A beginner's guide to disability insurance claims in Canada : how to apply for and win payment of disability insurance benefits, even after a denial or unsuccessful appeal

Brannen, David (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781483425580
  • ISBN: 1483425584
  • Physical Description: print
    68 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: Second edition.
  • Publisher: [S. l.] : Lulu Publishing Service, 2015.

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Summary, etc.: "If you are applying for disability insurance benefits in Canada, there is a good chance the insurance company will deny your claim, or stop payment of benefits, even if you are truthful and legitimately disabled. The insurance company's decision to approve or deny your claim is not based on the truth as you know it; rather, it is based on the information in their claim file. If the seriousness of your disability is not accurately explained in the claim file, then your claim will get denied. The key to winning disability benefits is to prepare a comprehensive application for disability benefits, which tells your full story and shows the seriousness of your disability. If you are like most people, your application will only include the bare minimum claim forms, and this will almost guarantee a denial of disability payments. With A Beginner's Guide To Disability Insurance Claims in Canada, you will learn the exact process top disability benefit lawyers use to prepare."--
Subject: Disability insurance claims -- Canada
Insurance law -- Canada

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