Attorneys Dell & Schaefer has filed a long-term disability breach of contract lawsuit in federal court against Conneticut General Life Insurance Company (“Connecticut General”) seeking lifetime disability benefits. Our client, a former floor trader on the American Stock Exchange, was disabled due to bipolar disorder, a sickness, from March 1995 until April 2006. In 2004, while our client was totally disabled due to his bipolar disorder, he suffered a hernia injury while carrying a television to his car. Our client ‘s disability policy has been administered by MetLife insurance company, which means that MetLife made the decision to deny his benefits as of age 65.
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