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Can they claim an “Overpayment” and request that I reimburse them these funds?

Thanks, Mike from Minnesota Mike, without seeing your policy it is difficult to answer your question.

SSDI is only one type of deductible source of income commonly found in group long-term disability policies.

If a disability carrier has been paying you long-term disability benefits for 20 months and you get awarded SSDI benefits which are retroactive to 15 months prior, then your disability carrier will claim that you were overpaid for 15 of the past 20 months and you must pay the retroactive SSDI award to your long-term disability carrier.

In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.

For example, if SSDI is paying you

Can they claim an “Overpayment” and request that I reimburse them these funds?Thanks, Mike from Minnesota Mike, without seeing your policy it is difficult to answer your question.SSDI is only one type of deductible source of income commonly found in group long-term disability policies.If a disability carrier has been paying you long-term disability benefits for 20 months and you get awarded SSDI benefits which are retroactive to 15 months prior, then your disability carrier will claim that you were overpaid for 15 of the past 20 months and you must pay the retroactive SSDI award to your long-term disability carrier.In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

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Can they claim an “Overpayment” and request that I reimburse them these funds?

Thanks, Mike from Minnesota Mike, without seeing your policy it is difficult to answer your question.

SSDI is only one type of deductible source of income commonly found in group long-term disability policies.

If a disability carrier has been paying you long-term disability benefits for 20 months and you get awarded SSDI benefits which are retroactive to 15 months prior, then your disability carrier will claim that you were overpaid for 15 of the past 20 months and you must pay the retroactive SSDI award to your long-term disability carrier.

In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.

For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

Josephine, most ERISA governed long term disability policy contain language stating that SSDI benefits are a deductible source of income.

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

,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you ,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay

Can they claim an “Overpayment” and request that I reimburse them these funds?Thanks, Mike from Minnesota Mike, without seeing your policy it is difficult to answer your question.SSDI is only one type of deductible source of income commonly found in group long-term disability policies.If a disability carrier has been paying you long-term disability benefits for 20 months and you get awarded SSDI benefits which are retroactive to 15 months prior, then your disability carrier will claim that you were overpaid for 15 of the past 20 months and you must pay the retroactive SSDI award to your long-term disability carrier.In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

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Can they claim an “Overpayment” and request that I reimburse them these funds?

Thanks, Mike from Minnesota Mike, without seeing your policy it is difficult to answer your question.

SSDI is only one type of deductible source of income commonly found in group long-term disability policies.

If a disability carrier has been paying you long-term disability benefits for 20 months and you get awarded SSDI benefits which are retroactive to 15 months prior, then your disability carrier will claim that you were overpaid for 15 of the past 20 months and you must pay the retroactive SSDI award to your long-term disability carrier.

In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.

For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

Josephine, most ERISA governed long term disability policy contain language stating that SSDI benefits are a deductible source of income.

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

,400 a month.

Josephine, most ERISA governed long term disability policy contain language stating that SSDI benefits are a deductible source of income.

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

My wife has MS and has been on LTD since 1986 from a policy provided by her former employer (Northrop).Please make sure he is specific about any of the mistakes that were made. What happens if I dont send (company paid) LTD the overpayment from social security disability?My paperwork reads: “It will reduce to minimum amount required by law, and referral to collections till paid.” Can they guarnish my disability?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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