Insurer’s Termination Of Long-Term Care Benefits Was Correct, Federal Judge Says
(October 19, 2016, 1:34 PM EDT) -- TAMPA, Fla. — A disability insurer correctly determined that a claimant was no longer eligible for long-term care disability benefits because it is clear from the evidence that the claimant no longer qualified for benefits under the policy’s cognitive-impairment or functional-disability provisions, a Florida federal judge said Oct. 17 (David Carr v. John Hancock Life Insurance Co. [USA], No. 14-2867, M.D. Fla.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143050).
(Opinion available. Document #17-161114-009Z.)
David Carr filed suit under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act in the U.S. District...