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Disability Claims and Social Media: Be Careful What You Post On Facebook

The Los Angeles Times reports today about an old tactic, in a new form, that insurers use to support their efforts to deny or terminate disability insurance claims.  Insurers frequently use surveillance as a tool in their strategy to deny … Continue reading

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Facebook Photos Result in Termination of Disability Benefits

The CBC has reported that Nathalie Blanchard, who was on long-term disability leave from her job at IBM due to depression, had her monthly benefits terminated after she posted photographs of herself on Facebook that depicted her vacationing, having fun at … Continue reading

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ABC News: The Insurer Who Spied on Me

ABC’s Good Morning America recently reported on an insurance company performing video surveillance of disability insurance claimants and then unfairly cutting off their benefits. Read:  The Insurer Who Spied On Me

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