Relying On Surveillance Video Was Not Manifest Injustice, Maryland Federal Judge Says
(November 6, 2015, 9:12 AM EST) -- BALTIMORE — Relying on a surveillance video that showed a disability claimant participating in a number of physical activities was not a manifest injustice, a Maryland federal judge said Oct. 29 in denying the claimant’s motion to reconsider a ruling that the insurer did not wrongfully terminate the claimant’s long-term disability benefits (Mario Realmuto v. Life Insurance Company of North America, No. 14-1386, D. Md.; 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 146972).
(Opinion available. Document #17-151109-009Z.)
Beginning in 1988, Mario Realmuto was employed by Arrow Electronics Inc. as...