Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies in ERISA: The Potential Death Knell of a Disability, Life or Health Insurance Claim

Posted in: Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Policy Interpretation January 06, 2018

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, or ERISA, establishes protections for most employee benefits offered through employer-sponsored benefit plans. ERISA requires that the plan and claims administrators adhere to certain internal procedures, often referred to as “administrative remedies,” …

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Cohorst v. Anthem: When Does Waiver Apply under ERISA?

Posted in: Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Policy Interpretation December 26, 2017

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, or ERISA, governs most employer-sponsored benefit plans.  ERISA establishes protections for employees in the administration of their employer-sponsored benefits, requiring that the administrator adhere to certain requirements when determining a plan participant’s …

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When the Clock is Ticking: The Interplay of the Contractual Limitations Period and the Statute of Limitations in a Disability Insurance Case

Posted in: Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Policy Interpretation, Statute of Limitations December 26, 2017

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, otherwise known as ERISA, governs most employer-sponsored benefit plans, including short and long-term disability benefits, life benefits, accidental death and dismemberment benefits and others.  ERISA was enacted to protect employer-sponsored benefits provided …

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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Church Plan ERISA Exemption

Posted in: Bad Faith, Benefits, Breach of Contract, Church Plans, Disability Insurance, ERISA, Government Plans, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts June 09, 2017

The Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, otherwise known as ERISA, protects employees from unanticipated losses in retirement or pension plans.  As we have discussed in several articles on the topic, ERISA safeguards such plans by establishing strict protections …

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Top 5 Issues to Keep in Mind When Litigating ERISA Claims

Posted in: Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Policy Interpretation, Statute of Limitations May 28, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its California Insurance Litigation Blog and Disability Insurance News that deal with frequently asked questions in the insurance bad faith, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and

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Plaintiff Recovers $750,000 Based on Plan Administrator’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Posted in: Bad Faith, Benefits, Church Plans, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Government Plans, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts May 23, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other areas

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When the Price is Right: Types of Attorneys’ Fee Arrangements For Handling Long-Term Disability ERISA Claims

Posted in: Bad Faith, Benefits, Church Plans, Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Government Plans, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts May 04, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other

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Putting Your Best Claim Forward: Is Your Long-Term Disability Application Going to Be Denied?

Posted in: Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Policy Interpretation, Statute of Limitations April 14, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other

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New Ninth Circuit Case Limits Standing of ERISA “Plan Beneficiaries” to Exclude Healthcare Providers

Posted in: Bad Faith, Benefits, Church Plans, Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Government Plans, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts April 10, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other

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When Does ERISA Apply to a “Continued” or “Converted” Group Insurance Policy?

Posted in: Bad Faith, Benefits, Church Plans, Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Government Plans, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts March 24, 2017

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its Insurance Litigation and Disability Insurance News blogs that deal with frequently asked questions in insurance bad faith, life insurance, long term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other

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