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How Should I Describe My Limitations?

Avoid using words or phrases that can be open to interpretation or can be ambiguous. For example, if you state you “cannot walk far,” you may mean you can only move a few steps, but the insurer may read that to mean you cannot walk one mile. Be clear and objective with your words.

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