Federal Court Rejects Unum’s Attempt To Downplay Its History Of Biased Claims Administration In Long Term Disability Litigation

A California federal judge gave a complete win to a severely disabled woman in a case governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”). The disabled insured suffering from a myriad of conditions, including fibromyalgia, argued that the Court should take into consideration the fact that Unum operates under a conflict of interest as […]

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NYC Trial Court Rules Insured Gets To Keep $10 Million Dollars In Life Insurance Coverage

The insured-friendly waiver doctrine strikes again! An insured under two $5 million dollar life insurance policies defeated United States Life Insurance Company’s attempt to rescind his policies because of alleged material misrepresentations in the insurance applications. The Supreme Court, New York County judge ruled that U.S. Life knew of reasons to claim rescission of the […]

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