What to do if Your Claim for Long-Term Disability Benefits was Denied

Posted in ERISA on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Most employers offer long-term disability insurance policies to their employees to protect them in the event of a serious illness or disability. However, even when an employer does not offer these types of benefits, a person can purchase a policy from a private insurer. Unfortunately, employers and private insurers often deny valid long-term disability claims […] Read More

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The Department of Labor Issues New Rules for Long-Term Disability Insurance Providers

Posted in Long Term Disability on Tuesday, May 02nd, 2017

Recently, the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA), which is regulated by the Department of Labor published a series of final regulations regarding how long-term disability claims must be filed in order to comply with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). The new rules could have a significant impact on the claims and appeals filing […] Read More

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Long-Term Disability Insurance

Posted in Long Term Disability on Tuesday, Apr 18th, 2017

A person never knows when he or she may be injured in a car crash or come down with a serious and debilitating illness. For this reason, many Ohio residents choose to purchase long-term disability insurance policies that will protect them in the event that a disability renders them unable to work. Unfortunately, insurers are […] Read More

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Ohio Probate Administration: Fiduciary Duties Explained

Posted in Probate, Probate Litigation on Tuesday, Feb 28th, 2017

The death of a loved one is an incredibly traumatic experience. Beyond dealing with the emotional distress, there are also often complex legal issues that must be addressed. Unfortunately, in some cases, serious estate mismanagement by an executor or administrator results in heirs losing out on part or all of their inheritance. If you have […] Read More

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What is the Difference Between an Administrator and an Executor in Probate?

Posted in Breach of Fiduciary, Probate, Probate Litigation on Tuesday, Feb 21st, 2017

In Ohio probate cases, administrators and executors have fairly similar responsibilities. That being said, there is also a key difference as well. Here we briefly discuss the key difference between the position and we also explain some things you should know when choosing an executor for your estate. The Primary Difference: Appointment An Executor is […] Read More

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