The 10 Biggest Legal Mistakes Dentists Make When Filing a Disability Claim (Mistake #8)October 10, 2011 | 10 Biggest Mistakes, Disability Claim Denials, Filing Disability Claims, Publications/Articles
Next in the series of The 10 Biggest Legal Mistakes Dentists Make When Filing a Claim for Disability, adapted from a publication written by disability attorney Ed Comitz’s, published by SEAK, Inc., 2005, is Mistake #8:
MISTAKE NO. 8: Ignoring the Possibility of Surveillance
Insurers are likely to videotape or photograph dentists who have filed for disability insurance benefits. Dentists who engage in any activities that they claimed they could not perform and are caught on tape are likely to have their benefits denied and the contract could be terminated.
Action Step: Dentists should not compromise their policy benefits by submitting a fictitious claim.
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