Our client was a hospitalist and it was a great victory to get her New York Life long term disability denial reversed. She was disabled by knee and back pain. New York Life paid long term disability benefits for one year and then decided that our client could return to her duties of taking care of patients in the hospital.

In this video, long term disability insurance lawyers Gregory Dell and Rachel Alters discuss New York Life’s reasons for denying long term disability benefits and the strategy we took to get the denial reversed. Learn what NY Life relied upon to deny long term disability benefits after they had already paid for one year. Discover what was our legal strategy in order to get the New York Life disability denial reversed. Did NY Life do anything to evaluate our client’s duties as a hospitalist? Once a NY Life claim is approved, how often should a claimant see their doctor?