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Essentially the United States government just saved the disability insurance company

Essentially the United States government just saved the disability insurance company $1,600 a month. I pull my retirement ’cause I was suffering with bills the company fired me and my company did not pay into social security so I had to go on their long term disability.I generally tell clients that are approved for SSDI not to spend their retroactive award of disability benefits as their disability carrier will be asking them to turn over the full amount. Now I pull this retirement 2 years a little after they had approved me for the the long term disability. Now I have recieved a letter form them stating that I was supposed to let them know.I stopped working and started receiving benefits from Metlife in November of 2005.In 2010 I received an award for a class action lawsuit unrelated to my disability, I opted in as a class menber in 2006 for Wells Fargo OT class action Lawsuit.Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.I have a general question that you may know the answer to.My wife has MS and has been on LTD since 1986 from a policy provided by her former employer (Northrop).

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Essentially the United States government just saved the disability insurance company $1,600 a month. I pull my retirement ’cause I was suffering with bills the company fired me and my company did not pay into social security so I had to go on their long term disability.

,600 a month. I pull my retirement ’cause I was suffering with bills the company fired me and my company did not pay into social security so I had to go on their long term disability.I generally tell clients that are approved for SSDI not to spend their retroactive award of disability benefits as their disability carrier will be asking them to turn over the full amount. Now I pull this retirement 2 years a little after they had approved me for the the long term disability. Now I have recieved a letter form them stating that I was supposed to let them know.I stopped working and started receiving benefits from Metlife in November of 2005.In 2010 I received an award for a class action lawsuit unrelated to my disability, I opted in as a class menber in 2006 for Wells Fargo OT class action Lawsuit.Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.I have a general question that you may know the answer to.My wife has MS and has been on LTD since 1986 from a policy provided by her former employer (Northrop).

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You need to check your disability policy to see if The Standard is entitled to an offset for SSDI benefits.

First, can they do this (since it was their error), and second, can they go back 15 years worth?

Even the IRS allows one to go back no more than 3 years.

I have a different kind of problem going on, my doctors office completed a FCE wrong, the secretary who filled it out did not put my restrictions on the form basicly saying i can return to work and my doctor signed the form and it got sent to Hartford I have been on disabilty with Hartford for 3 years also collecting SSD.

My doctor is willing to write a letter to Hartford to explain my restrictions my question is are they going to accept it since he signed the FCE with the wrong information. Judy, you doctor can certainly send a clarification letter to Hartford and it would be a good idea to have him do so.

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