Bloomberg BNA Publishes Article on McKennon Law Group’s Case “Aetna Ignored Facebook Posts Showing Man’s Disability: Lawsuit”

Posted in: Employee Benefits News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, News, News Blog May 21, 2018

On April 23, 2018, Bloomberg BNA published an article covering McKennon Law Group’s
innovative use of social media monitoring to benefit our client in his lawsuit against Aetna
Insurance Company. In “Aetna Ignored Facebook Posts Showing Man’s Disability: Lawsuit,”
Jacklyn …

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Bad Faith Claims Handling: California Department of Insurance Investigates Aetna’s Health Claim Denials

Posted in: Bad Faith, Breach of Contract, Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Health Insurance, Insurance Bad Faith, Legal Articles February 21, 2018

On our blog, we frequently discuss the improper tactics insurers use to deny legitimate claims for life, health, disability and other forms of insurance. For our latest article on the pervasive problem in health insurance claims denials, see https://www.mslawllp.com/la-times-report-pervasive-problem-of-improper-health-insurance-denials/. …

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Department of Labor Announces April 1, 2018 as Final Date For ERISA Claims Procedures Related to New ERISA Disability Insurance Regulations

Posted in: Disability Insurance, ERISA, Legal Articles January 27, 2018

Long-term and Short-Term Disability insurance cases dominate ERISA benefits litigation. According to the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”), the administrative agency given the authority to regulate employee benefits under, and to enforce the statutory provisions of, the Employee Retirement Income …

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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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