Sedgwick is a third party administrator that manages short term and long term disability insurance claims on behalf of employers and insurance companies.
As a third party administrator Sedgwick may have the authority to approve or deny a disability insurance claim, but the money to actually fund the disability benefit is not paid by Sedgwick.
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Sedgwick prides themselves on providing cost effective claims management, which usually means they use special techniques to help employers or insurance companies reduce the amount of financial exposure due to paying disability benefits.
Sedgwick claims to have more than 6,400 employees in more than 150 offices throughout the US and Canada.
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Our law firm has handled numerous Sedgwick disability Appeals and lawsuits throughout the USA.
They say its payroll Qualcom’s problem and payroll Qualcom says its CMS issue. I requested to speak to a higher Dept and CMS says they dont know who that is, stating they dont have a complaint dept WOW I cant believe that no one is running the Office.
I feel Qualcom benefits dept should get involved to watch over ther employees so they want be abused like this. Not the best, but I do feel that they pay off doctors.