What is the oldest you can be and collect long term disability?

Answer This assumes that you are referring to a private disability policy. Most such policies terminate benefits at age 65, as it is then that the insured would be entitled to Social Security benefits.

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If a person is terminated for going on Long Term Disability can they collect unemployment benefits once their long term disability benefits end in Florida?

You should of done it as soon as you got back from the holiday.

Can you collect long term disability and Florida state disability for cancer?

Cancer is one of the leading causes of disabilities. You may be eligible for benefits under your long term disability policy if your cancer prevents you from performing your work duties. Florida d... Read More »

How long do you have to be out of work to collect long term disability insurance?

Long term disability benefits may be a benefit of employment, or provided under an individual policy purchased by the insured. In either event, the terms of the benefit will be defined in the plan ... Read More »

How to Collect Long-Term Disability Insurance & SSDI?

If you were recently injured or diagnosed with a long-term disability, you may be eligible for federal disability benefits. The process for filing a claim can be complex and extensive, so before yo... Read More »