Every year I review and summarize a number of recent disability cases I have found to be interesting and of value to our clients and publish them in one booklet. For the first time, I will be sharing the individual cases here on the Life, Health and Disability Insurance Law blog.
In content, these cases span a couple of dozen issues that typically arise in the handing of disability income claims. For this year’s publication, A Smorgasbord of Interesting Disability Cases, I have limited the review to cases that were issued from 2010 through around mid-2011.
This was not intended to be an exhaustive review of the law over the past one to two years. Instead, it is (hopefully) a helpful review of recent cases for one who wants to obtain a “flavor” of recent disability insurance case law.
I would like to thank my associate, Karen Denvir, for her assistance in the production of this booklet.
If you would like to receive a copy of the full publication, please feel free to email me here. You can click on the following link for our first post: Abuse of Discretion / Objective Evidence of Disability.