A Long-Term Disability Appeal Letter sample is a formal statement filed to dispute an unsatisfactory ruling of the insurance company regarding a long-term disability - typically, if the claim to receive income protection after a serious illness or injury that keeps the claimant medically unfit for work was denied. Whether you have filed your claim late, could not provide required documentation to the insurer, or did not submit sufficient evidence to prove you are actually disabled, you have a right to contest the denial letter you have received from the insurance company and make sure your financial standing is secure.
You can find a sample Letter of Appeal for Long-Term Disability through the link below. To compose an effective letter, you need to refer to the refusal you have received, attach new evidence the recipient has not seen before, include your physician's opinion about your disability and limitations, share more medical records with the insurance company, and add a personal touch telling the insurer about negative effects of their refusal - for instance, the lack of disability compensation will force you to seek employment and worsen your health.
Haven't found the sample you're looking for? Take a look at the related samples below:
Pressing the PRINT button will only print the current page. Download the document to your desktop, tablet or smartphone to be able to print it out in full.