I can’t speak to your specific situation, but in my experience most case managers are not trying to trick or manipulate people. Most are just trying to do their job and are under tremendous pressure. Certainly there are bad apples and some case managers may be experiencing their own mental breakdown due to how stressful their work is. I always urge people to give the benefit of the doubt and to try and work with the case manager as much as possible. Get them the information they are requesting, but recognize in certain claims there can be no agreement between you and them – and that is when appeals are needed.
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