In this video Attorneys Gregory Dell & Rachel Alters discuss the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that United of Omaha’s termination of LTD benefits of an unskilled and illiterate Plaintiff was unfair and arbitrary and capricious as the Plaintiff was unemployable in any other occupation.

Disability Blog & Cases:
Kentucky Woman Wins Lawsuit Against Mutual Of Omaha Insurance

Claiming that her long term disability benefits were denied improperly under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and 29 U.S.C.§ 1001, et. seq., Nancy C. and her Kentucky disability lawyer filed a disability lawsuit against her employer and disability insurer alleging that the denial of her long-term disability benefits by the insurer was “arbitrary and capricious” and constituted a “breach of fiduciary duty and/or bad faith” on the part of the defendants.


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Prudential Claimants Unsuccessful At Challenging The Offsetting Of Dependents’ SSDI Benefit Award

Challenging the calculation that Prudential Insurance Company made when reducing their private benefit payments, Kathleen Schultz and Mary Kelly filed a class action lawsuit in hopes of receiving a positive, definitive decision concerning their claims.