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ssdi & Ltd - quick $ question

I will try to make this a short question.
I am currently on LTD and I am waiting for my SSDI hearing in October. I am also up for my ltd reconsideration in September. I have been on ltd for exactly 2 years. If I get turned down for the extension for my ltd in September but get approved for my SSDI in October will the ltd company get my back pay even though they dropped me? At this time I have no indication that they will drop me but I am wondering "what if". My LTD was actually up for reconsideration the beginning of this month but there were problems the last of July so they extended it and agreed to pay me an extra month during the time they are looking at my case which I think is nice of them to do.

Thanks in advance for any input!



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