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Benefits terminated after definition of disability changed – $488,965 Insurance Benefits (access required)

The claimant was a telephone sales consultant for Intuit Inc. She developed interstitial cystitis (a bladder condition which causes urinary pain, urgency and frequency).  In 2012, she applied for long-term disability benefits under her employer’s ERISA disability plan. Her initial ...

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Claimant won ERISA appeal against disability insurer – $262,158 Insurance Benefit (access required)

The claimant was a senior systems analyst who became disabled after struggling with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, de Quervain syndrome (similar to carpal tunnel syndrome) and myriad other related conditions. Her employer’s ERISA long-term disability plan originally approved the claim and ...

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