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Bloomberg Markets' article on ERISABloomberg Markets' article from April, 2011, explains how ERISA, a statute designed to protect consumers, actually exploits them.
Burgio v. The PrudentialBurgio, ERISA, discovery,
Kellogg v. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.AD&D, accidental death, ambiguity, standard of review, de novo, reasonable expectations
Cohen v. MetLifeContempt, ERISA, disability, Cohen,
Ziesemer v. First UNUMdisability claim, deemed denied, exhaustion, remand
Cooper v. LINAdisability insurance claim, LINA, ERISA, arbitrary and capricious, Cooper v. LINA,
Nicolas v. MCIvenue, forum selection clause, ERISA,
Levy v. INA Life Ins. Co.claims handling manual, disclosure in litigation, cofidential information, protective order
Milliman Report Regarding the Cost of Eliminating Discretionary Clausesdiscretionary authority, NAIC, insurers, prohibition of discretionary clauses
Provident Internal Memo: Why Insurers Love ERISAERISA, Provident, limited remedies, no jury trials, no consequentials, no punitives
Types of Disability ClaimsSalt Lake City, Utah law firm representing life insurance and disability claims in Utah and nationwide. If you’ve lost a family member or are suffering from a disabling condition or disease, contact the law offices of ERISA and disability lawyer Brian S. King.
- Posted on 03/29/2011 Bloomberg Markets' article on ERISA
- Posted on 01/17/2009 Burgio v. The Prudential
- Posted on 12/05/2008 Kellogg v. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
- ?I have been awarded Social Security disability benefits. But the insurer of my disability policy has denied my claim. Can the insurer do that?
- ?I already have a lawyer working on my social security disability claim. Can't that lawyer handle my disability insurance claim too?
- ?What issues do you see in life insurance claims?
- Posted on 04/24/2006 Eliminating Discretionary Clauses in Insurance Policies
- Posted on 12/29/2005 Should You Buy Long Term Disability Insurance?