This case is a good discussion of issues that arise when you have mental nervous and physically disabling conditions. Hartford denied long term disability benefits three weeks before the change from own occupation to any occupation definition of disability. Hartford also denied claiming that the disabling medical condition was only for mental disabilities. This is a common denial strategy used by The Hartford.Continue Reading Home Depot Employee Gets Hartford Disability Benefit Denial Reversed
It’s a sad reality that your long term disability insurance benefits can be denied regardless of how long you have been receiving payments. This long term disability benefits denial appeal handled by attorney Cesar Gavidia is an example Hartford long term disability claim that was denied after paying for 15 years.Continue Reading Project Manager Denied Disability Insurance Benefits by Hartford After 15 Years
We discuss another great disability appeal victory by the lawyers at Dell Disability Law.Continue Reading Respiratory Therapist with Fibromyalgia Wins Hartford Short and Long Term Disability Benefit Appeal
Three disability denials and three successful appeals in 12 months – this case is an example of why you can never let your guard down as a claimant. Hartford looked for every opportunity to deny long term disability benefits to our client.Continue Reading 3 Hartford Disability Denials and 3 Appeals for IT Business Analyst with Cognitive Impairment
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How long can you expect benefits from your Hartford short or long term disability claim? The answer may surprise you.
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Hartford Disability Claims Q&A
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The answer to this question varies because every Hartford appeal that we prepare for our clients are custom. Through our review of thousands of Hartford claim denials we know exactly what they require in order to give our clients the best chance to have a claim denial reversed. Almost every Hartford disability denial is governed by the Employee Retirement Income Act (ERISA). ERISA is a horrible law and in the videos below you can learn more about why ERISA is unfair for claimants and a pro insurance company law.
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How Do I Appeal a Disability Insurance Denial from The Hartford?
When it comes to filing Hartford disability appeals, there are some crucial things to know. The appeal process begins just after receiving a disability insurance claim denial in which The Hartford company has rejected your claim. But then what?
Before rushing in and making your own response to the denial, disability insurance attorneys Gregory Dell and Rachel Alters have some important details to help you choose the proper path forward. They’ve handled hundreds of ERISA appeals involving Hartford, with continuing increases due to the company’s 2018 acquisition of the long-term disability division of Aetna.Continue Reading Tips for Appealing a Disability Insurance Denial by The Hartford
In Mary Beth Tobin v. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company, Plaintiff worked in Florida as manager of costuming operations for Disney Worldwide Services. She had been under the care of a physician for fibromyalgia beginning in February 2012. Her last day of work was October 2, 2012. She subsequently moved to Michigan and continued medical treatment with a board-certified family medicine physician.
Plaintiff filed a claim for long-term disability (LTD) benefits, providing Hartford with her medical records, which included the physician’s statement of functionality. Hartford denied her claim and her subsequent administrative appeals, so she filed this ERISA lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District Court for the Western District of Michigan.Continue Reading Michigan Court Reverses Hartford’s Denial of Disability Benefits for Claimant Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia
Disability attorneys Gregory Dell and Rachel Alters discuss a case out of the Western District of Washington in which the district court found that Hartford acted arbitrarily and capriciously when it terminated the benefits of a woman suffering from fibromyalgia. The woman had been receiving benefits for nearly two years after Hartford had agreed she was disabled from working in her own sedentary occupation.
Continue Reading Disability Lawyers Discuss Court Ruling Reversing Hartford’s Termination of Benefits to Claimant Suffering from Fibromyalgia