• Companion Life Insurance Company Uses Video Surveillance to Deny Disability Benefits

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Disability claimants are often seeking information regarding Companion Life Insurance Company long term disability reviews. We have created a forum where insurers can post reviews and comments about Companion Life Insurance Company short term and long term disability claims. Our attorneys respond to most comments posted by our visitors.

Companion Life Insurance Company was founded in 1971 and is a subsidiary of Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina. Companion Life specializes in employee benefit plans including life, short term and long term disability insurance, dental, vision, and accidental-death coverage. Companion Life sell group disability insurance plans for companies that have as few as two employees. Companion Life sells insurance in more than 45 states and the District of Columbia. In New York Companion Life underwrites life insurance and annuities for Mutual of Ohama insurance company.

Companion Life Insurance Company has reported assets of $130,401,935 and net surplus of $64,999,073.

As disability insurance attorneys, Dell & Schaefer have represented clients with their long-term disability claims against Companion Life and its affiliated companies. Disability Attorneys Dell & Schaefer have provided and offer the following legal services for disability claimants that have a long-term disability insurance policy or disability income policy purchased from Companion Life:

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  • Loretta, your long-term disability should pay you as long as you meet the definition of disability in your disability policy. Most policies pay to a maximum period of age 65, however, it depends on your policy so you should review it for that information. In most cases you do not have to remain employed in order to continue collecting your disability benefits, as long as when you became disabled you were an active covered employee. However, you should review the terms of your policy carefully in order to determine whether you must remain an active covered employee to continue receiving benefits.

    Cesar GavidiaFeb 26, 2020  #4

  • How long is your long term disability? Do I still need to be working for the company that offered this insurance to me? Thank you for your time.

    LorettaFeb 26, 2020  #3

  • Stephanie, I suggest you continue pressing them for a concrete answer regarding your payment. Unfortunately, this can occur. If you continue to have difficulties, I suggest you contact our office and speak with one of the attorneys to address your specific situation.

    Jay SymondsNov 19, 2019  #2

  • Almost a month ago, I filed for short term disability, due to pregnancy. My claim was approved, and I was told that a check had been sent out. I still have not received a payment, I have called, my boss has called, and we have gotten nowhere. The representatives have a different excuse every time we call.

    Stephanie B.Nov 19, 2019  #1

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