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  • Indiana FLMA Expiration and LTD Indiana

    If a person has exhausted their FLMA time, but the Dr. states you need to be out longer due to mental disorder, can an employer fire you? And, would you still be eligible for benefits under LTD?
    Last edited by olliekh; 11-19-2007, 02:54 PM.

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    Generally speaking, yes, once the 12 weeks of job protection provided under FMLA has been exhausted, the employer can terminate. LTD is not normally dependent upon remaining with the employer; you'd have to check the policy, but in every case I've ever seen, as long as the disability began while employed, the insurance company will continue to pay as long as the insured remains medically unable to return to work.
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