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Question writer for Jeopardy/Sony Pictures files suit against Prudential

A California disability attorney and his client filed suit against The Prudential Insurance Company of America (Prudential) in the United States District Court Central District of California on October 28, 2011 for unpaid long term disability payments due per the terms of

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Radio personality files lawsuit against UNUM to recover disability benefits

A Radio Station employee and her Montana disability lawyer filed a lawsuit against UNUM Group in Montana Federal Court alleging that the insurer violated the Employee Retirement Insurance Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) when it wrongfully denied her entitled disability benefits

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Prudential denies disability benefits to KPMG employee suffering from “sick sinus” syndrome

An Oregon disability attorney was forced to file a federal ERISA lawsuit against The Prudential Insurance Company of America after his client was wrongfully denied continued long-term disability benefits.


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After being denied disability benefits, Rabbi

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Nestle Waters employee sues Assurant for denial of disability benefits under ERISA

A Pennsylvania disability attorne y recently filed a Federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania against Assurant, Inc. (Assurant), Assurant Employee Benefits (AEB), and Union Security Insurance Company (Union).


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Disability attorney and client suffering from fibromyalgia and hypertension

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Disabled South Carolina doctor sues Berkshire Life for disability benefits

A South Carolina disability attorney recently filed a federal lawsuit in South Carolina against the Berkshire Life Insurance Company of America. The plaintiff, a physician, paid for disability policies that were underwritten and insured by Berkshire. When the doctor applied for

An Illinois disability attorney, on behalf of a FedEx employee, recently filed a lawsuit at the District Court for the Northern District Of Illinois against the Life Insurance Company of North America (now part of CIGNA Group) for wrongfully classifying the post of a Line Haul Manager as a sedentary occupation thereby resulting in the