Mr. R had worked as a shop floor supervisor before his chronic back pain, which resulted from a slip and fall that herniated several disks in his back, and resulted in three failed back surgeries, caused him to file for long-term disability under his Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada group long-term disability insurance policy. Like most group long-term disability policies, Mr. R’s Sun Life policy paid disability benefits for the first 24 months if he was disabled from his own occupation as a shop floor supervisor.


Continue Reading Federal Court Finds Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada’s $8000 Worth of Surveillance on Disabled Shop Floor Supervisor Unreasonable

After receiving disability benefits for 5 years from Sun Life insurance Company, Connie never expected her disability insurance benefits would be denied. Connie Hepburn was a "participant" in a Sun Life Disability benefit plan ("the Plan,") due to her employment with Toyoda-Koki Automotive North America, Inc. ("Toyoda") as a Shipping Supervisor in the Production Control

Disability Blog & Cases:
Arkansas disability attorney filed lawsuit against Sun Life and Health Insurance Company on behalf of disabled Buford Media Group, LLC’s Office Manager for denial of disability benefits

In Kathryn McDaniel-Bowen vs Sun Life and Health Insurance Company F/K/A Genworth Life and Health Insurance Company, filed at the District Court for