You definitely want to file an appeal of the disability denial, you may want to investigate discrimination or hostile work environment claims. I would recommend using the find lawyer tab above to locate and attorney in your area. Many attorneys offer free consultations which can help you understand your legal situation, before you decide to hire an attorney. Good Luck
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You definitely should have an attorney help you with the appeal of your LTD denial. This is my primary area of practice and in my experience the race/workplace issues are not relevant to Prudential's denial.
I recommend you consult with an attorney to appeal the denial of your disability claim. Try the "Find A Lawyer" tab...an experienced attorney will direct you on the right path and help you in determining what your options are; and course of action to pursue.
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