Pike v. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Co.
The court analyzed each objection and argument of the insurer, finding that they lacked merit, resulting in an award of additional long-term disability benefits, but the court requested further briefing on the entitlement to attorneys' fees and costs.
health insurance, ERISA, long-term disability benefits, report and recommendation, objections, disability, outdated records, "treating physician rule", subjective complaints, objective evidence, reconciling evidence, burden shifting, attorneys' fees
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