Dr. C, a podiatrist / podiatric surgeon, was successfully practicing in Texas prior to the injury which caused his disability. During a routine blood draw, the phlebotomist taking Dr. C’s blood sample mistakenly injected the needle too deep into Dr. C’s right arm. Dr. C immediately felt shooting and burning pain radiating down his right arm and into his hand.
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Dr. Z, a chiropractor, suffered an injury to both of his wrists while performing work in his backyard. As a result, Dr. Z was forced to discontinue his profession as a chiropractor and file disability claims under his three long-term disability insurance policies.
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Our client, a professional video cameraman retained Attorneys Dell & Schaefer to secure disability payments under the terms of two policies he had purchased from The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (“MONY”). Prior to retaining Attorneys Dell & Schaefer, MONY was paying benefits under a reservation of rights and disputing whether our client was either total or residually disabled.
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On the morning of September 11, 2001, Mr. B reported to work at his brokerage firm and started his day buying and selling government securities for his commercial clients, institutions such as Bank of Tokyo and Lehman Brothers. At around 8:45 a.m., Mr. B and his co-workers heard a loud explosion and felt the building shake, ceiling tiles began falling in Mr. B’s office and thick smoke filled the hallways and stairwells.
Continue Reading Former Government Bond Trader And 9-11 Survivor Receives More Than One Million Dollars In Long-Term Disability Benefits