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Disability Insurers Mislead Claimants

In our last few blog posts, Insurance Bad Faith: Cherry-Picking Your Medical Records and Disability Insurers Misuse Independent Medical Examinations, we have examined the prohibitions from the 2005 Order that coincided with the California Regulatory Settlement Agreement with Unum.  In this post, we … Continue reading

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Insurance Bad Faith: Cherry-Picking Your Medical Records

In a previous blog post we discussed how disability insurers use independent medical examinations (IMEs) to their own advantage, despite explicit state prohibitions.  In this post, we will look at another similar ban that is also part of the California … Continue reading

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Disability Insurers Misuse Independent Medical Examination

In 2005, the California Insurance Commissioner fined Unum $8 million and ordered it to stop engaging in unfair business practices.  The California Order specifically prohibits Unum from engaging in 28 activities.  In the next few blog posts, we will take … Continue reading

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