Jenny Eberle, an employee of Purdue University, was initially approved for long-term disability benefits by the Prudential Insurance Company of America. Shortly after her claim was approved, a new claims examiner and registered nurse reviewed Ms. Eberle’s medical records and decided to terminate her long term benefits in November 2004.
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Larry Mack claimed that he is totally disabled from his occupation as a marriage and family therapist due to diabetes. He sued his disability insurer, Unum Life Insurance Company, after being denied his claim for long-term disability benefits.
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