This is something that many will ask given the hit that the market has taken as a result of COVID-19. But it goes beyond that. It is of critical importance to employees who are approaching retirement age and affects people
Many attorneys and most clients are shocked when we tell them that ERISA does not allow for punitive damages and mental anguish damages, regardless of how bad the insurance company has acted; however, you can ask for attorneys’ fees for
Today we’re discussing how a recent case (Jones v. Aetna) shows the shady tactics used by health insurance companies to target out-of-network providers and physicians by denying or delaying payment of claims. Learn why, in our opinion, this is extortion.
Given most personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, and that most clients badly need the money, there is a strong tendency for clients to rush through a release of their personal injury claims and not appreciate
This week’s FAQuesday is “What do I do if the insurance company just won’t make a timely decision?” Watch today’s video to find out the answer. Whether you or your client needs advice before applying or appealing for ERISA benefits
I wish I could tell employees who have long term disability, life insurance, pension, or health insurance benefits, that insurance companies honor their fiduciary duties and evaluate each claim fairly. But I can’t. And, they don’t. While it might be
This week’s FAQuesday is “Should I complete the medical authorization my long term disability insurer sent me?” Watch today’s video to find out the answer. Whether you or your client needs advice before applying or appealing for ERISA benefits such