Its better to find out about your long term disability policies before you are on long term disability. As an employee, it’s likely that you won’t get a chance to decide between different companies and their policies. The human resources department has already chosen what policy they want for the company and you’re stuck with it. If you’re lucky, your employer has chosen a good policy. But sometimes they might try to save a few bucks and get by with a cheap policy.
So what can I do about it?
The best thing you can do is review your policy. Because the disability coverage was purchased by your company, you can’t negotiate anything yourself. Instead, you have to go to the human resources department to see what can be changed or find your own private policy.
Warning signs to look out for in a long-term disability policy:
If any of these terms are in your long-term disability policy, someone either purchased a cheap policy or didn’t understand the conditions of the policy. Sit down and read your policy to determine if you are covered in the event of a disability.
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