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Surgeon Who Can’t Perform Surgeries May Not be “Totally Disabled,” Says Court

In our previous post, we looked how one California court analyzed the interpretation of “total disability” as applied to a gynecologist’s claim for disability benefits.  In this post, we look at another California case, Gross v. UnumProvident Life Ins. Co., … Continue reading

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Once ERISA, Always ERISA: How and why to avoid having your disability insurance policy controlled by The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

Disability insurance carriers have increasingly used The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) to their advantage.  While ERISA was supposed to be for the protection of employees, it is actually being used to protect insurance companies and employers. … Continue reading

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