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How long do I have to appeal a denied long-term disability claim in Alberta?

The appeal process in Alberta has two levels. First Level consists of submitting additional information and requesting an appointment (optional) with the adjudicator to discuss the discontinuation of benefits. Second Level consists of submitting additional information and a hearing where the employee or their advocate makes representation to the Second Level Appeal Board. You must complete and submit a Notice of Appeal within 30 calendar days from the date of the letter sent by your Service Alberta LTDI Liaison Officer advising of the denial or discontinuation of LTDI benefits.

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