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Young v. Reliance Standard Life Insurance Co.

Court: WD Tx  04/13/2022  Magistrate Recommends Granting in Part Insurer's and Administrator's Motion for Summary Judgment on Standing and Mootness in Long-Term Disability Dispute

A magistrate of the Western District of Texas recommended the court grant in part an insurer's and administrator's motion for summary judgment regarding standing and mootness under ERISA long-term disability plan, holding that although the insurer's post-suit pledge to permanently terminate an allegedly wrongful settlement offset of monthly disability benefits and to backpay prior withheld benefits mooted the plaintiff's claims for benefits and future benefits, it did not moot the plaintiff's claim for pre-judgment interest and attorneys' fees.

long-term disability benefits plan, ERISA, 29 U.S.C. ยง 1132(a)(1)(B), standing, mootness, PIP benefits, injury in fact, pre-judgment interest, settlement offset, attorneys' fees

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