Posts Categorized: Long Term Disability

Do I Have to Pay Back Long-Term Disability Benefits if I Start Getting Social Security?

Posted on July 14th, 2016

The short answer is: Probably, yes. Social security disability benefits may take longer to receive than long-term disability (LTD) benefits from an insurance company. Once you start receive social security disability back benefits, the insurance company will usually expect you to reimburse them for what they have already paid you, if your insurance policy offsets for social security benefits. At… READ MORE

No Matter Where You Live, The Disability Team at Eric Buchanan & Associates Can Help You Get the Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits You Deserve

Posted on March 31st, 2014

Clients need skilled and experienced representation when they become disabled and file a disability claim and the Disability Team at Eric Buchanan & Associates serve a nationwide clientele. Located centrally in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Eric Buchanan and his disability team know disabled people need money from the disability insurance company that is due to them. Disability insurance companies try to delay… READ MORE

Why Should I Apply for Social Security Disability When I’m Receiving Long-term Disability Benefits?

Posted on February 5th, 2014

ERISA long-term disability claims are often easier to win if the insurance company knows you’ve won a claim for Social Security Disability benefits. For one thing, Social Security has much stricter requirements to show “total disability.” Whereas, most long-term disability plans only require you to be disabled from your occupation, initially. When you win an SSDI claim, the insurance company… READ MORE