In Giovanna Reichard v. United of Omaha Life Insurance Company, the Plaintiff received both short term and long term disability benefits from her employer primarily due to her Crohn’s disease and related gastrointestinal issues and rheumatoid arthritis. During the first 24 months of her disability, she only had to prove that she could not perform […]
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Court Criticizes United of Omaha for Favoring In House Medical Review
In this video Attorneys Gregory Dell & Victor Peña discuss a recent court decision in which the Illinois District court placed no significance on treating physician’s silence to biased opinion letter. The courts also criticized United of Omaha for failing to obtain independent examinations.
Sixth Circuit Remands for Further Evaluation by United of Omaha Life
Sixth Circuit remands United of Omaha Life to engage in a meaningful review process in evaluating long term disability benefits for claimant with chronic back pain.