Ohio National Life Insurance Company denies claim after 7 years of disability payments

Is there a trend of disability insurance denials taking place at Ohio National? Attorneys Dell & Schaefer recently filed suit in the Federal District Court of Hawaii after our client was denied benefits after more than 10 years of payments. It is not common that a disability claimant is denied benefits after 10 years. In conducting nationwide research about other lawsuits against Ohio National Life, we came across another long term disability benefit denial lawsuit that was filed by an Oklahoma disability attorney. Attorneys Dell & Schaefer do not know this Oklahoma disability lawyer and are not affiliated with his law firm in any way.

The Facts of the Case Against The Ohio National Life Insurance Company

In the Oklahoma disability denial lawsuit, the Plaintiff is a resident of the State of Oklahoma. According to the Complaint, which is a public record, the claimant maintained a policy of disability insurance with Ohio National, who is licensed to sell insurance in the State of Oklahoma and whose principal place of business resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. On or about November 1, 2004, Plaintiff became disabled under the terms and the conditions of the disability insurance policy.

Denial of Ohio National Disability Benefits Claim

Ohio National paid certain disability benefits until January 4, 2011. On this date, almost 7 years latter, Ohio National terminated Plaintiff’s disability benefits. According to the lawsuit, the Plaintiff alleges that Ohio National failed to supply the Plaintiff with the items listed below:

Plaintiff claims the following about Ohio National:

Relief Desired By The Plaintiff In The Ohio National Lawsuit

Due to Ohio National’s actions, Plaintiff seeks following relief from the Court:

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Our disability insurance lawyers help policy holders seeking short or long term disability insurance benefits from Ohio National. We have helped thousands of disability insurance claimants nationwide with monthly disability benefits. With more than 40 years of disability insurance experience we have helped individuals in almost every occupation and we are familiar with the disability income policies offered by Ohio National.

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Our lawyers help individuals that have either purchased a Ohio National long term disability insurance policy from an insurance company or obtained short or long term disability insurance coverage as a benefit from their employer.

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