Articles Posted in Missouri Disability Lawsuit

Unum Life Insurance Company Of America (Unum) was sued in two different lawsuits by two plaintiffs who did not receive the long-term benefits that were entitled to them under the terms of their respective Plans that were issued and administered by Unum.
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Three lawsuits were recently filed against Unum in the states of Missouri, South Carolina and Texas after three claimants were denied disability benefits. With the help of disability attorneys, employees of J. Crew, Time Warner Cable, and a Texas Hospital will have their cases heard in Federal District Court. Let’s take a closer look at each case:
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A Missouri disability lawyer filed a federal lawsuit in the District Court in Missouri against the Aetna Life Insurance Company (Aetna). The Plaintiff, Rosamaria P., worked at Ernst & Young, U.S. LLP (Ernst & Young). This employment allowed Plaintiff to be covered under Ernst & Young’s long-term disability plan, which was administered by Aetna.

In Rosamaria P. Vs. Aetna Life Insurance Company, Plaintiff filed a disability lawsuit to recover wrongfully withheld long-term disability benefits by Aetna.
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In the case of Pamela D. Porter v. Sun Life and Health Insurance Company, the court record shows that Pamela Porter applied for long-term disability benefits under an employee benefits plan that was maintained by Los Padres Bank for its employees and was awarded disability benefits for over three years. Said plan was underwritten by Sun Life with its Group Certificate governed by ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act). Mention of the certificate is relevant to this proceeding in that the certificate was specifically assigned to Los Padres Bank in October 2001, with its subsidiaries listed as Harrington Bank and Harrington Wealth Management.
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