Many people assume their insurer will understand the complexities and the serious nature of their illness. People believe their insurer will understand that “invisible illnesses” are in in fact painfully real. They also believe their insurer will act in good faith, providing them with the long term disability benefits to which they are entitled. Unfortunately, insurance companies too often value their profit over your health.
This dilemma leaves many of our clients wondering, “does my long term disability insurer care about me?” The heartbreaking – but truthful – answer to this question is: probably not. What then, could possibly be more important than your health?
To find out what your long term disability insurer really cares about, see our latest post on Creaky Joints.