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Got Approved for Disability - Now What Happens?

If your disability claim was approved, don’t celebrate just yet. The process doesn’t end there. In fact, it might even become more arduous.

After claims are approved, insurance companies continue to monitor the case closely, looking for any reason to stop paying out on the claim. Case managers may increase their frequency of communication, contacting you often for:

  • Status updates.

  • Further medical proof from your doctors.

  • You to speak to their doctors.

  • Your return back to work.

These frequent communications are meant to overwhelm you. After all, if the process is too overwhelming, you might decide to withdraw your claim, and the insurance company won’t have to pay your disability benefits anymore.

Don’t let big corporations intimidate you into losing the benefits you deserve.

I Got Approved for Disability, Now What Happens?

Disability benefits should give you the time away from work you need to take care of your health. Unfortunately, your insurance company will do whatever it can to get you to return to work so can stop paying out on your claim.

The following information guides you through the process after you get approved for disability benefits. If you are unsure of what you should do, contact us to discuss your situation.

Even after your disability benefits are approved, Share is There

Enlist someone who understands what you are going through and can offer the best possible advice at no immediate cost to you. Let us deal with the insurance company on your behalf.

Why you should contact us:

  • It’s free to talk to us.

  • We discuss the current status of your claim.

  • We prepare you for what to expect in the future.

  • We go over any concerns you have about how your insurance company is treating you.

  • We prepare you for what to do if your insurance company threatens or terminates your disability benefits.

  • We work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid until you do.

We’re here to support you during this difficult time

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