Articles Posted in Prudential Disability Claim

In this video Attorneys Gregory Dell & Rachel Alters discuss the process of filing an ERISA lawsuit with Prudential. For an ERISA lawsuit to be filed there is first a timeline of claim deadlines, and if you don’t file within that deadline, the Court can dismiss your case on the basis that the Statute of Limitations has expired. Watch this video to learn more about the ERISA process, deadlines, and terminology.

Bank of New York Mellon employee and two others were recently forced to file a lawsuit against Prudential after being denied disability benefits. With the help of disability attorneys from New York, Pennsylvania and South Carolina, each of these claimants will have their day in court.
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Prudential Insurance Company of America (Prudential) was sued by two Plaintiffs in the District Courts in Arizona for the failure to provide long-term disability benefits as stated under the terms of their respective plans. In the aforementioned cases that were filed through their respective disability attorneys, it is claimed that Prudential violated the terms of the respective plans by wrongfully denying long-term disability benefits.
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Two separate Plaintiffs have filed federal ERISA lawsuits in California against the Prudential Insurance Company of America for failing to pay disability benefits under ERISA regulations. In the cases that were filed with the help of their California disability attorneys, Prudential is alleged of wrongfully denying the claims of both Plaintiffs for long-term disability (LTD) benefits.
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Keeley Bamforth and her New York disability lawyer recently filed a lawsuit against Frontier Communications Corporation and Prudential Insurance Company of America in New York Federal Court in an attempt to collect her rightfully deserved disability benefits. Bamforth and her New York disability lawyer filed the complaint under the Employee Retirement Insurance Security Act (ERISA) after Bamforth was denied disability benefits by Prudential.
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After suffering from fractures of both wrists, Kevin P. Dinger applied for disability benefits. Prudential Insurance Company of America wrongfully denied Mr. Dinger’s claim. Mr. Dinger hired a Louisiana disability attorney to file his ERISA lawsuit against Prudential in order to recover his group short term and group long term disability benefits per the terms of his policy. This ERISA complaint was filed on June 21, 2011 in the United States District Court in Louisiana.
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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.
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The case of Jeffrey K. Laritz Vs The Prudential Insurance Company Of America filed by a Michigan disability attorney at the district court for the eastern district of Michigan deals with the pre-existing condition clause found in all disability insurance policies. The plaintiff Jeffrey K. Laritz was a participant in a welfare benefit plan that consists of a long term disability insurance plan and life insurance plan, sponsored by AutoZone, Inc. and underwritten and administered by The Prudential Insurance Company of America (Prudential) for the benefit of AutoZone employees.
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A disability insurance lawsuit was recently filed at the District Court for the District Of Massachusetts by a Massachusetts disability attorney for a former employee of the Diebold Incorporated against the Prudential Insurance Company of America (Prudential) concerning a claim for disability benefits under the Diebold Incorporated Long Term Disability Plan.
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In the case of Chris Lenwell Vs the Prudential Insurance Company Of America; Morrison & Foerster, LLP Long Term Disability Plan, filed at the District Court for the Northern District of California by a California disability attorney, the plaintiff brought a civil action against the Prudential Insurance Company Of America (Prudential) for allegedly violating the provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
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