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Tag Archives: Termination of Benefits

Administrative: ERISA-Termination of Benefits-Disabling Physical Condition

Where a claimant of long-term disability benefits under a plan governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act challenged the termination of benefits, the district court did not err in finding that substantial evidence supported the decision to terminate based ...

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Employer-Employee: Disability Benefits-Total vs. Partial Disability-Termination of Benefits

Plaintiff worked for defendant until he underwent gallbladder-removal surgery for cancer and was approved for total disability benefits. After plaintiff underwent an IME, defendant concluded that plaintiff was partially disabled and terminated his benefits when partial disability ran out. The ...

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Administrative: SSI- Termination of Benefits- Dismissal of Civil Action

Plaintiff appealed from the district court’s grant of the dismissal motion filed by the commissioner of the Social Security Administration. Plaintiff sought to challenge the 1999 termination of her SSI benefits. Where the district court committed no error warranting reversal, ...

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