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Unum Provident Fraud Policy Holder Lawsuits

Unum Provident Fraud | Lawsuits, Lawyers | Damages, Moneys Lost | Wrongfully Denied Claims, Policy Holders, Disability Insurance, Providers Deny Claims, Bad Faith

UnumProvident is the leading provider of group disability insurance in the United States has been accused of failing to pay claims. UnumProvident and its subsidiaries Colonial Life, Provident Life, and Paul Revere have all systematically denied claims for which policyholders should have been covered.

The number of denied claims by UnumProvident has become well publicized and was the subject of a dateline piece on October 13, 2002. Many policyholders have heard the same excuses as to why UnumProvident has denied their claims. Excuses have ranged from failing to receive documentation on time, failing to receive medical reports, ailment is not a covered disability and more.

The majority of victims are professionals including: doctors, lawyers, accountants, corporate executives as well as general employees. People who thought they were well protected in the event of disability are forced to unnecessarily file for bankruptcy and lose their homes, all while their health is deteriorating.

Many corporate and government employees have also, unfairly, been denied claims by UnumProvident and their subsidiaries.

Our law firm is aggressively prosecuting cases in which UnumProvident has failed to honor claims that should have been covered. If you have been denied a claim by UnumProvident, please fill out the form at the right for a free case evaluation by a qualified attorney.

Legal Help For Victims Affected By Unum Provident Fraud

If your insurance company has denied your claim, please fill out the form at the right for a free case evaluation by a qualified insurance claim denial attorney or call us at 1-800-YOURLAWYER (1-800-968-7529).

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Two funeral homes in body-parts scandal are shut down

Jun 10, 2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer
Two Philadelphia funeral directors who have been under investigation in a body-parts scandal have agreed to surrender their licenses, the Pennsylvania Department of State said yesterday. Louis Garzone, of Louis Garzone Funeral Home in Kensington, and his brother, Gerald Garzone, of Garzone Funeral Home in Juniata Park, closed their funeral homes effective Wednesday, said Basil Merenda, commissioner of the department's Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs. Over an 18-month period...

Lawsuit Claims Insurer Sought to Avoid Paying Claims

Oct 29, 2005 | AP
UnumProvident Corp., the nation's largest disability insurer, systematically sought ways to avoid paying claims to millions of California customers, a lawsuit claims.The lawsuit filed Friday in Superior Court by policyholders seeks class-action status. It comes less than a month after the company was ordered to pay an $8 million fine to settle similar charges against the company by state insurance regulators.The lawsuit seeks billions of dollars in premium refunds and damages for denied claims....

300,000 Claims Get a Second Look

Apr 25, 2005 | www.kiplinger.com
Hundreds of thousands of policyholders whose disability claims were turned down by UnumProvident are getting a second chance to collect benefits. As part of a deal with state regulators, the insurance giant is offering to reassess more than 300,000 claims denied since 1997. We reported on several of UnumProvident's claims-denial complaints and lawsuits in our February 2004 article, "You Call This Peace of Mind?"The settlement also requires the company to pay a $15-million fine and to change its...

UnumProvident Shareholder Sues Officers, Directors

Jan 3, 2005 | www.chattanoogan.com
A UnumProvident Corporation shareholder is suing officers and directors of the insurance firm, claiming they concealed "contingent commissions," while "grossly overstating" company income.The Chancery Court action was brought by Patrick Leonard.The 49-page complaint is filed against former officer Harold Chandler and current officers Thomas R. Watjen and Robert C. Greving.It also names directors Hugh O. Maclellan, A.S. "Pat" MacMillan, William Pollard, Ronald Goldberry, Lawrence Pugh, John...

UnumProvident To Reassess 215,000 Claims

Nov 19, 2004 | The Tennessean
UnumProviden Corp. has agreed to reassess more than 200,000 disability claims it originally denied since 1997 and change how it handles future claims to settle a multi-state investigation led by insurance regulators from Tennessee, Maine and Massachusetts.The settlement, which includes a $15 million fine, stems from concerns that three UnumProvident subsidiaries unfairly evaluated the medical conditions of people making a disability claim and relied too heavily on in-house medical staff to...

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