Florida court finds Aetna’s denial of long term disability benefits was supported by the medical record which showed plaintiff could work in a sedentary job.
Articles Posted in Florida Disability Lawsuit
56-Year-Old Disabled Employee of Dollar Financial Group Sues AETNA for Denial of Disability Benefits
Carmen R. and her Florida disability lawyer take AETNA to task in a suit filed on December 19, 2011 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida Fort Lauderdale Division. Claiming AETNA violated ERISA and other employment laws, Carmen and her lawyer accuse the insurer of wrongfully denying Carmen her entitled […]
CIGNA Life Insurance Company of New York Sued by L-3 Communications Corporation Employee For Denial of Disability Insurance Benefits
Recently, a federal lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court of Florida against CIGNA Life Insurance Company (CIGNA) by a Florida disability lawyer. The Plaintiff, Robert L., was an employee at L-3 Communications Corporation (L-3), which contracted with CIGNA to provide salary continuance disability insurance benefits to its employees. The Plaintiff was eligible and […]
Sun Life Denies Disability Benefits To Woman Suffering From Rheumatoid Arthritis
After receiving benefits for 24 months, Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada decided to terminate the long term disability benefits being paid to a woman formerly employed by Westminister Services, Inc. With the help of her Florida disability attorney, the Plaintiff filed an ERISA lawsuit to recover these wrongfully denied benefits.
Prudential Insurance Of America Sued in Florida, Illinois And Michigan for Denial Of Disability Benefits
Claimants for disability benefits under employee welfare benefits issued or administered by the Prudential Insurance Company (Prudential), recently took up legal action against Prudential in Florida, Illinois and Michigan due to its failure and refusal to pay three different claimants their disability benefits. We will discuss three cases filed against Prudential in the past week.
Podiatric Surgeon Sues Provident Life and Paul Revere Life Insurance Company For Denial of Own Occupation Disability Insurance Benefits
Podiatric surgeon Seth J. Okun filed a lawsuit against two insurances companies, Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company and The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company on May 25, 2011 in an effort to recoup his disability benefits from the two insurers after exhausting all other administrative appeals allowed to obtain his rightful disability benefits. Okun […]
UNUM Life Insurance Company Of America Faces Quadruple Lawsuits Filed Under ERISA Following Denial Of Disability Benefits
Recently, four separate lawsuits were filed at the District Court level against the UNUM Life Insurance Company of America (UNUM) by plaintiffs all over the country. Lawsuits were by disability insurance lawyers in the states of Florida, Illinois Alabama, and South Carolina. The civil actions were instituted against UNUM seeking the recovery of benefits under […]
Unum Life Insurance Company Sued By Florida Disability Attorney For Denying Disability Benefits To Woman With Syncope
For approximately 8 months, Teresa Perez was unable to perform the material duties of her occupation at Billing, Cochran, Heath, Lyles, & Mauro, P.A. due to a condition called Neurocardiogenic Syncope. As a result, Ms. Perez submitted a claim for long-term disability benefit payments to Unum Life Insurance Company of America (Unum), the long-term disability […]