Short term disability denied
OHIO -- I work at Walmart Supercenter in Cambridge OH
I too have been calling the Hartford everyday asking where is my money. My doctor had put me on medical leave from 8/23/06 until 01/08/07
they have denied ... read full review10 Replies - Latest reply on 04/26/2008
Definitely not for the employee!
ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- I work for the world's largest retailer. I got the flu in November but still came to work through the holidays. After New Year I couldn't keep up anymore. I went to the doctor on January 5th,2010. I decided ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 03/02/2010
TENNESSEE -- I had worked at Wal-mart for several years,carrying short-term and long-term insurance with Hartford.I became unable to work Sept 1999 and was put on leave by my doctor[a Wal-mart disability Dr.]and he ... read full review31 Replies - Latest reply on 03/30/2006
Short Term Disability Denied
I've been out of work since 10/20/2008 with herniated disk, tried "spinal decompression" and it not only made that situation worst it aggravated the neck and should area, turns out I have Degenerative ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 10/18/2010
Claims? Get a lawyer
If you have a claim against The Hartford, I strongly recommend you get a lawyer. A Hartford client was ticketed for his actions that resulted in a collision between his truck and my motorcycle. No argument ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/18/2010
WHITSETT, NORTH CAROLINA -- Thr Hartford denied my short disability claim. They paid me for two weeks and after that nothing. My diagnosis was that I had a "stroke". My left side was not functioning at that time 25%. They thought I should be ready for work after two weeks - totally ridiculous! Not a good company to support.
The pain and suffering from this along made it difficult to heal effectively. To worry about your bills being paid while recuperation is taking place is not a good policy.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- Introduced to the Hartford by AARP. When first insured by The Hartford, premiums were low and very competitive. Whenever I had claims they were prompt and their selected auto collision repair was excellent with only one disagreement (broken windshield from hailstorm was not included in the hail damaged body work; ten years ago, I still have a broken window because they wanted a second claim filed). All other storm and collision damages were promptly and equitably paid without much effort. I rate The Hartford a 4.9 of 5.0 on claims resolution. Premiums however are now just about backbreaking so I am changing insurance companies.Add reply
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON -- In late 2010, I inadvertently backed into and dented the plastic from bumper of another car. The dent was about 5 inches long and maybe 1/2 inch deep. I was at fault. The owner of the car I hit got it repaired to the tune of $770.00.
Because I was without insurance at the time, (I am insured now) I was liable for the cost. Rather than contact me, the Hartford sent the claim directly to a debt collector in Florida. I finally paid off the $770.00 and have the final receipt. If the Hartford treats everyone this way, no contact, then it is no wonder that they have the highest premium rates I have seen. I was seriously thinking about moving all my insurance needs to them, car, house and contents. But, after this experience, I do not even want to drive by any of their offices, much less go to them for insurance.
Hartford Giant Ripoff
After a quick review of a recent billing of my homeowner's policy through The Hartford I find out that the yearly policy amount has more than doubled. I am from Ohio and I knew something was up as compared ... read full review7 Replies - Latest reply on 04/30/2012
"Losing the paperwork"
To disclose, I work for an insurance company who's short term disability benefits are administered by The Hartford.
On Halloween I was jumped by some drunk idiots outside a bar while trying to catch ... read full review
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT -- I tried to open a retirement account with this company and was met with resistance and unresponsiveness to basic and general questions about how they do business. They also refused to give me the basic information I needed to adequately compare them to their competition. These problems occurred at all levels of supervisory position. It looks like their fees are much higher than the competition and their service has been poor to say the least. I went elsewhere.Add reply
After our rates increased by more than 60% for no reason (no accidents, tickets or claims) we cancelled our policy a month after it renewed as we were researching other insurance companies. Upon cancellation, we were informed our state's law allows them to charge us up to 10% of our policy because we were taking money away from them that they counted on! This "law" was NOT on any of our policies, but they said they mailed us a brochure with our original policy.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 01/24/2009Add reply
They refused to negotiate this matter and we've received no help from BBB or the state's insurance board.
My doctor has sent information to The Hartford saying I am to be out of work until I deliver my daughter in January. I have been out of work since 10/17/2008. My ankles are extremly swollen and will not ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 12/11/2008