Our client, an Engineer Manager specializing in Fluid Power Engineering, suffers from severe Coronary Artery Disease. Despite the fact multiple diagnostic tests performed indicated there were no abnormalities with his heart, he suffered two heart attacks in the span of six months. Following his second heart attack in July 2006, he applied for long-term disability benefits under his employer’s long term disability plan through Prudential. Prudential initially approved his claim for disability benefits, and following his elimination period he began receiving long term disability benefits in September 2006.

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