Articles Posted in American Airlines Disability Claim

Mr. Miller received benefits for 8 years, before American Airlines wrongfully determined that he was no longer disabled. After a 5 year legal battle, Mr. Miller finally prevailed. In Miller vs. American Airlines, Inc.; American Airlines, Inc., Pilot Retirement Benefit Program Fixed Income Plan (A Plan); American Airlines, Inc., Pension Benefits Administration Committee, the plaintiff, a Pilot sued his employer, employee benefit plan, and plan administrator (collectively, herein known as “American”), alleging violation of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) based upon termination of his long-term disability benefits. Let us examine the Court of Appeal ruling in more detail.
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