In, Lona v. Prudential, 2009 WL 801868 (S.D. Cal)., the Court determined that the opinions of three doctors hired by the insurance carrier to review the insured’s medical records did not carry as much weight as the opinions of three other doctors that physically examined the insured. This case shows that Prudential will continue to hire doctors to review a claimant’s disability file, until they have found the right doctor to provide the opinion they are looking for.

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