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Benefits Cut Off for ‘Self-Reported’ Migraines (access required)

A former trade association art director cannot overturn an ERISA plan administrator’s termination of her long-term disability benefits for migraine headaches; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the decision to terminate benefits after 24 months was a “reasoned and principled decision” under plan language imposing limits for “self-reported” conditions that are not objectively verifiable. Plaintiff began ...

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