Monthly Archives: May 2015

Unum Profits While Ailing Workers “Gut it Out”

In an interview with Andrew Frey of Bloomberg Businessweek, Unum Group CEO Thomas Watjen said that the economic slump has resulted in fewer disability claims being filed, with workers suffering from lower back pain, nervous conditions and other “more discretionary” conditions more … Continue reading

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Too Sick to Work? They Disagree

In the February 10, 2010 edition of SmartMoney Magazine, Brad Reagan writes: Once employees go on disability, critics say, insurers today are more likely to require hour-long chats on the phone, hound patients for medical updates and push them back to work … Continue reading

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Colorado Bill Aims to Prevent Unum-like Denials

In an April 1, 2010 article appearing on lawyersandsettlements.com, Gordon Gibb reports: With an eye towards preventing the kinds of practices once employed by Unum over the years and under a variety of names, including First Unum, Unum Insurance and … Continue reading

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