Dental surgeon sues Paul Revere Life Insurance Company for wrongful denial of long-term disability benefits

A California disability lawyer filed a federal lawsuit in Federal Court against The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company (Paul Revere). The Plaintiff, Eric W., DDS, was employed as a dental surgeon and took out an individual long-term disability coverage policy by Paul Revere. The Plaintiff had paid all premiums on time, making him eligible for all benefits covered by the terms of the policy.

In Eric W., DDS v. The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, Plaintiff has filed this lawsuit to gain the long-term disability benefits that he was entitled to under the terms of the policy and that were wrongfully denied by Paul Revere.

Case Facts Against The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company

The Plaintiff was employed as a dental surgeon. On or before July 12, 2010, Plaintiff suffered a loss equivalent to that described in the terms of the policy. Due to sickness or injury, he was unable to perform all of the material and substantial duties that were required of him as a dental surgeon. This has resulted in a significant loss of the income he would have otherwise generated. As a result, Plaintiff submitted a long-term disability benefits claim.

Denial of Long-Term Disability Benefits By Paul Revere

In October 2011, Paul Revere rejected Plaintiff’s claim for long-term disability benefits. This has deprived the Plaintiff the right to receive the benefits he was entitled to under the terms of the policy.

Disability Attorney Files Lawsuit Against Paul Revere

The lawsuit claims that Paul Revere failed to provide the following to the Plaintiff:

The lawsuit also claims that Paul Revere committed the following wrongful actions against the Plaintiff:

The Following Relief Is Sought By The Plaintiff In This Lawsuit

Due to the wrongful actions committed by Paul Revere, Plaintiff seeks the following relief from the Court:

Leave a comment or ask us a question