The settlement value of your Long Term Disability claim is determined by many factors. An accurate assessment cannot be achieved by a calculator alone. You should instead consult a Long Term Disability lawyer for advice.
When approximating settlement value, the starting point is to determine the number of months from the date of denial to the benefit end date, usually age 65. This number must then be reduced by a present value discount calculation to account for the time value of money. The combination of interest and inflation makes money paid today worth more than money paid at a later date. Once this discounted value of the LTD policy is know, further discounts must be applied to reflect various contingencies, including:
There are of course other factors which will affect the value of your Long Term Disability claim. This calculator is therefore limited to roughly estimating a settlement value. To use the Long Term Disability Settlement calculator, enter your age and monthly benefit amount. Then choose a settlement discount ranging from 25% to 75% to account for the above factors.
This LTD Settlement Calculator is for illustrative purposes only. It is not legal advice. Contact Michael Jordan for an assessment of your claim, or read this blog post: How Much is my Long Term Disability Claim Really Worth?
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