An employee of 3M Company as a Key Account Manager for 30 years, Dominic D. LaPorta was shocked to find out that his security net disability insurance plan was not so secure when Sedgwick Claims Management failed to meet its obligations to provide him disability benefits should he become disabled while working at 3M Company. With no other options available to resolve his issue with 3M Company and Sedgwick, LaPorta engaged the services of a disability attorney and filed a lawsuit against 3M and Sedgwick, alleging ERISA violations, on May 27, 2011 in the United States District Court of Minnesota.
Ricky C. Hampton, an insurance sales agent with Alfa Mutual Insurance Company (Alfa) has filed a lawsuit against his own disability insurance company, Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston. A position described as light, Hampton was required to work forty hours per week, five days a week and was frequently asked to perform the following duties, all of which were documented in his job description.
With disability insurance lawsuits occurring up and down the eastern US coastline, Sun Life Insurance Company has a lot of litigation to settle. Just in May 2011, Sun Life was hit with two complaints from disability insurance benefits claimants, one in the United States District Court District of New Jersey (Kevin Giblin v. Sun Life and Health Insurance Company et. al) and the other in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, Spartanburg Division (Duane Easler v. Sun Life Assurance Co. et al.).
Disability Blog & Cases:
Xerox employee is denied her long term disability benefits and sues Sedgwick and Xerox
An employee of Xerox Corporation files a lawsuit against Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc., Sedgwick Claims management Services, Inc., and The Prudential Insurance Company of America for disability benefits. An employee with Xerox for 10 years, Andrea Calhoun brought a lawsuit against her employer and Sedgwick under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) 29 U. S. C. § 1001, et seq. "seeking to overturn a denial by the Defendant" of her long term disability benefits.
Disability Blog & Cases:
CIGNA Group Insurance and Subsidiaries sued in Alabama, New York and Michigan for allegedly acting arbitrarily and capriciously in denying claims for long term disability benefits
Recently, the CIGNA Group Insurance and its subsidiaries (CIGNA) faced a barrage of disability insurance lawsuits filed against the company and its subsidiaries across the country allegedly for denying long term disability (LTD) benefits by ignoring overwhelming medical evidences that supported the plaintiffs’ disabled condition.