Articles Posted in Provident Life Disability Claim

Recently, a federal lawsuit was filed by a California disability lawyer against the Provident Life and Accident Insurance, Co. (Provident) and Unum Group (Unum). The Plaintiff, James M., M.D., worked as a Psychiatrist. Plaintiff applied for a disability insurance policy from Provident in or around December 1982.

Like many claimants, Dr. James M. was forced to file a lawsuit against Provident Life and Unum after being denied continued long term disability benefits.
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An Alabama disability attorney recently filed a federal lawsuit against the Provident Life And Accident Insurance Company. The Plaintiff worked as a self-employed board-certified physician of internal medicine for over 30 years in Birmingham, Alabama. Plaintiff had previously purchased two long-term disability insurance policies from Provident.

The Plaintiff filed a disability lawsuit to recover over $75,000 wrongly held by Provident according to the terms of a disability insurance policies purchased from Provident by the Plaintiff.
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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 plaintiff’s claim for disability benefits.
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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 as a successful podiatric surgeon, whose single man practice grew to thirteen locations that employs thirteen doctors in the Tampa Bay area, purchased several disability insurance policies from Provident in 1985.
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Being a loyal client of a disability insurance company is no guarantee that the disability insurance company will honor its end of the bargain when it comes to having to pay you disability benefits upon you making a legitimate claim. In the case of Robert Goldstein v Provident Life & Accident Insurance Company (Provident Life), the plaintiff had participated in two disability insurance policies issued by Provident Life. One policy was issued to the plaintiff on November 1st 1986 and another policy was issued to the plaintiff on April 1st 1990. Provident Life was recently sued by an Orlando disability attorney because of the refusal of Provident Life to honor the terms of the policies that it issued to the plaintiff on having to pay him disability benefits in the event he became disabled.
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