Through a Utah disability insurance lawyer, a lawsuit was filed at the District Court for the District of Utah by a disabled Network Design Engineer formerly working at Unisys. In the lawsuit, it was claimed that the Aetna Life Insurance Company’s (Aetna Life) failure and refusal to pay the plaintiff long term disability (LTD) benefits under an employee welfare benefit plan underwritten and insured by Aetna Life constituted a breach of the terms and provisions of the Plan and of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
A Kentucky disability lawyer recently filed a lawsuit against the Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston (Liberty Life) at District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. In Rita Dirks Vs Liberty Life Assurance Company Of Boston, The Charles Schwab Corporation Long Term Disability Plan And The Charles Schwab Corporation, it was alleged by the plaintiff Rita Dirks that Liberty Life had violated the provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) in the handling of her claim for long term disability (LTD) benefits.
Disability Blog & Cases:
Cigna denies disability benefits to former Healthsouth Corporation nurse after paying for 11 years
In Susan Sheehan Vs Cigna Group, Life Insurance Company of North America, a Massachusetts disability attorney filed a lawsuit at the District Court District Of Massachusetts claiming that the giant disability insurance company Cigna Group (Cigna), had contravened the provisions of the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) in its handling of a client’s claim for disability benefits.
James H. White filed a lawsuit against Prudential Insurance of America in the United States District Court For The Eastern District of Pennsylvania for the insurer’s termination of White’s disability benefits after paying him disability benefits for twenty-four (24) months. Claiming that White’s disability was the product of a pre-existing metal illness, Prudential Insurance terminated White’s disability benefits because his policy with Prudential only allows 24 months of disability benefits when the disabling condition is related to a mental illness.
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Sunlife denies disability benefits to Wise Foods employee disabled by cancer and shoulder surgeries
John McGinnis has filed a lawsuit against Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada because the insurer denied him his disability insurance benefits and life insurance coverage as dictated by ERISA 29 U.S.C. § 1001 et seq. According to the Complaint that McGinnis and his disability attorney filed in the United States District Court of New Jersey when the insurance company denied him his disability benefits and life insurance benefits the insurer was fully aware of McGinnis’s history of longstanding medical conditions that entitled him to disability benefits when it denied him disability benefits.