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Is the Long Term Disability Carrier Entitled to My Social Security?

At The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey, a Florida based long term disability firm, we are oftern asked “Is the long-term disability carrier entitled to repayment because I got Social Security Disability benefits?”

Have you read your long-term disability policy? Does it provide that future benefits can be withheld to recover any overpayment arising from a retroactive payment of benefits such as Social Security Disability benefits?

In the case of White v. Coca Cola Corporation, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia upheld a provision in Coca Cola’s long-tern disability plan that allowed Coca Cola to withhold future benefits to recover a retroactive payment of Social Security benefits in the amount of $38,124.90 that Mr. White received.

*Cocal Cola reduced Mr. White’s payments for 60 months to recover the overpayment, and he appealed. The U.S. District court agreed with Coca Cola and found that they were entitled to reduce future long-term disability benefits because of the lump sum payment of Social Security benefits.

At The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey we can assist you in reviewing your long-term disability policy to determine whether or not your long-term disability carrier is entitled to recoup any overpayment for Social Security benefits.

Disability lawyer Nancy Cavey has written the must read book “Robbed of Your Peace of Mind” which explains all the policy terms you do not want to see in your long term disability/ERISA disability policy.

Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.