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Stopping Long-Term Disability Was ‘Reasonable’ (access required)

A woman who took medical retirement from the U.S. Army at age 35 due to depression and fibromyalgia, and who later left private employment and received long-term disability benefits under an ERISA-qualified plan and social security disability benefits for her fibromyalgia, cervical stenosis and back pain, is not entitled to continued long-term disability benefits, says ...

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