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Montana Wins ERISA Disability Claim Discretionary Clause Appeal – Why Doesn’t New York Have Similar Ban?

Posted in Disability Pensions, Long Term Disability / ERISA

"Discretionary Clauses" in ERISA disability insurance policies are the largest cause of unfair ERISA LTD claim denials across the country. They essentially create an uneven playing field in favor of an already powerful insurance company over a disabled claimant. Imagine if the Yankees were forced to play the World Series with only seven players on the field, while the Phillies had the usual nine. That’s… Continue Reading

Rosasco Lectures Again to Social Security Disability Attorneys on LTD Claims at NOSSCR Conference in San Francisco

Posted in Firm News & Events, Long Term Disability / ERISA, Social Security Disability

I had the pleasure to lecture to Social Security Disability Lawyers this past Spring at the NOSSCR Conference in Washington, DC about "Winning Long Term Disability Claims at the Initial Level". They have invited me back to lecture on the topic of "Winning your First ERISA Long Term Disability Administrative Appeal" at their Fall NOSSCR Conference on October… Continue Reading