Ltd cut off how long


How long will insurance company continue to pay Ltd my doc said I not fit for work and my never be


Hi Eddie, this is a very difficult question to answer. The short answer is that they will pay as long as they think there is overwhelming proof that you meet the criteria for payment of disability under the policy. The fact that your doctor is supportive is great, but that will not mean the insurance company will continue to pay based on your doctors opinion.

You should cooperate with the insurance in any medical appointments or things they do to learn more about your situation and potential for return to work. They may agree with your doctor and pay benefits long-term or they could disagree with your doctor. If they disagree, you have the right to appeals and lawsuits against them if necessary. They don’t get the final say on whether to pay you.

David Brannen

Disability Lawyer with Resolute Legal

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Thanks just putting it out there I have Parkinson’s disease in 50 a long way from retirement and slim to no chance of finding employment so your reply has eased my mind a little


Sorry to hear that you have Parkinson’s disease. Your Insurer will recognize that diagnosis as valid and you should have no issues with your Insurer paying you benefits.


Thanks allyops it’s nice to get some independent advice