Three Plaintiffs filed lawsuits in the Federal Courts of Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Arkansas against Liberty Life Assurance Company Of Boston (Liberty) for the improper denial of long-term disability benefits. All three cases allege that Liberty wrongfully withheld the payment of long-term disability benefits as defined by their respective policies.
Articles Posted in New Jersey Disability Lawsuit
Computer Programmer Suffering From Degenerative Disc Disease Must Sue For Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits
A New Jersey disability attorney filed a federal lawsuit against the Unum Life Insurance Company Of America (Unum) and MOL (America) Inc. Plan (MOL). The Plaintiff, Aleksandr K., worked as a computer programmer for MOL, which contracted with Unum to provide long-term disability insurance benefits to its employees. Plaintiff, because of his employment at MOL, […]
Disabled Attorney for Wilenz. Goldman & Spitzer, P.C. sues Provident Life And Unum Group For Unreasonably Denying Claim For Disability Benefits
A New Jersey disability attorney, on behalf of a disability claimant, recently filed a lawsuit at the District Court for the District Of New Jersey against the Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company (Provident) and Unum Group (Unum) under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) for allegedly adopting unreasonable claims procedure in denying the […]