I have been off work for a year. I have exhausted all my avenues and need to know if I can still sue for my coverage even though through this I have worked hard with medical team to feel better but, yet not 100%
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You will need a legal consultation on this. It depends on a bunch of factors. The right to sue is limited by time and also by the type of LTD plan you are dealing with.
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The time issue is my fear! They have run me around and stalled so much!
I have consultation on Feb 1. Would love to talk sooner than later!
- Are you Unionized and is the policy/insurance grievance procedures part of the contract.
- When was the date of your first denial letter and which province are you in.
I am not a lawyer but can post some tips on how to find your Statute of Limitations and relevant Insurance Act.