Articles Posted in Insomnia Disability Claim

Employed as an Actuary for some 20 years by Milliman, Inc. Deborah G., through her Illinois disability attorney filed a lawsuit against Standard Insurance Company for the insurer’s failure to provide her with her entitled disability benefits. Considered an employee benefits plan, Deborah G.’s Standard Life disability benefits were denied to her after she was forced to cease working due to a fractured hip, which caused her to suffer from severe pain as well as fatigue, low stamina, insomnia, daytime somnolence and complications caused from diabetes.
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A federal lawsuit was recently filed by a California disability lawyer in the U.S. District Court against the Unum Group (Unum) and the Northrop Grumman Group Employee Benefit Plans (Northrop Grumman). The Plaintiff, Hung N., worked as an engineer for Northrop Grumman, was denied long term disability benefits from Unum under a policy which was provided due to his employment. Due to this denial, the Plaintiff filed a disability lawsuit to recover payment of long-term disability insurance benefits.
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On August 17, 2001, John H. and his Texas disability attorney filed a lawsuit against UNUM Life Insurance Company of America in Federal Court in an effort to secure John H.’s disability benefits, both short term and long term, under the Employee Retirement Insurance Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).

While employed by ION Geophysical, John H. was covered under a UNUM group disability benefits policy that was effective for John H. as of January 1, 2005. And, since John H. was employed by ION Geophysical at the time of his disability, UNUM is obliged to provide him with disability benefits, but has failed to do so.
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A Wisconsin disability attorney recently filed a lawsuit at the District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin against Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc and the Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, (ERISA) for arbitrarily and capriciously denying a plaintiff’s claim for long term disability benefits.
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