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“Reservation Of Rights” In Disability Insurance Claims: Right Or Wrong?

June 10, 2011 – 11:02 AM |

By Mark F. Seltzer, Esq.
You are a physician who has been suffering from a medical condition, for which you have asked your Disability Insurance Company …

“Refinancing” Your Disability Insurance Claim

May 11, 2010 – 10:30 AM |

By Mark F. Seltzer, Esquire
Having Residual Disability (or Partial Disability) provisions in your policy can be the most important decision you (or your insurance consultant) …

Does loss of license disable your disability claim?

November 12, 2008 – 9:33 AM |

Being impaired from practicing is a terrible truth to accept. Just don’t let the loss of your license also impair your claim.

Disability insurance claims: 12 ways of business

December 13, 2007 – 1:13 AM |

A helpful guide to the “twelve ways of business” to better understand the disability insurance claims process.

ERISA LTD claims tug of war continues

May 13, 2007 – 1:47 AM |

Often-times the reality of successfully bringing a claim under your group LTD policy is such a distortion of reality, it’s more like Alice ’s trip through “Wonderland.”

"Own occupation" in disability insurance claims

April 13, 2006 – 7:04 AM |

If your disability insurance carrier confuses and dilutes the basis of the disability equation, it obviously becomes harder to obligate them to pay. And that’s what it’s all about: diluting.