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Is this standard procedure or is there no end to this
After 10 months of hiding the fact that my claim has been accepted, I received another a few days later that ttd is denied for termination of cause. They didn’t bother to cite a labor code.

Is this standard procedure? I’m wondering if I’m just taking it too personal. The first denial letter didn’t mention anything about termination for cause and they’ve known about it from the beginning. I’ve ask that question in some of my previous post because every time i ask about benefits, they gave me that excuse.

The letter says they have accepted the doctors report and dates of ttd but they are denying benefits for termination for cause.

It’s been 20 months since doi, is this normal and how can I appeal it?

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Is this standard procedure or is there no end to this - Lostandconfused - 11-11-2018, 05:08 PM

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