Disability Blog & Cases:
At least five lawsuits were recently filed in Florida District Courts against Prudential for non-payment of disability benefits to deserving claimants

With at least five suits filed against them in July for denying disability benefits, Prudential Insurance Company of America has a lot of unhappy claimants in Florida.


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Disability Blog & Cases:
Northwestern Mutual sued by shareholder attorney for underpaying and denying long-term disability benefits

A Washington disability attorney filed a federal lawsuit in the District Court serving the Western District Court of Washington at Seattle against Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (Northwestern). The Plaintiff, Scott D., worked as a shareholder attorney at

In possession of five insurance policies from Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Frank De Jong and his New Jersey disability attorney were forced to take the insurer to court as a last resort for De Jong to collect his disability benefits. Filed on July 5, 2011 in the United States District Court for the District

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Washington disability attorney filed lawsuit against the Hartford Insurance Company for denial of long term disability benefits to mentally disabled woman

A Washington disability attorney recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of his client at the District Court for the Eastern District of Washington against the Hartford Insurance Company (Hartford).

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Former Zurich Insurance employee diagnosed with crohn’s disease sues Liberty Life for denial of disability benefits

Carol Snyder and her Missouri disability lawyer filed a civil complaint against Liberty in United States District Court in the Western District of Missouri because Liberty denied her claim for short-term disability benefit payments.


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When you apply for a disability policy, it is very important to answer all questions as truthfully as you can. The courts generally will not render a summary judgment in favor of the disability insurance company if the company can’t prove that you answered a question with the intent to defraud.
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