Unum/Provident Corporation Informative - Unum/Provident Corporation Disability Insurance

Review by geoffinak on 2007-07-07
This is the number one Disability Insurance company in America.

It is also the number one company for not paying legitimate claims and denying people at the worst time in their lives'. Sick, injured and unable to work. Do a real good search on their corporate operations and you will find a long list of of law suits, complaints about non payment of claims, people who are dropped for no legitimate reason. Now if your disabled you want a company to stand behind you. These people will not. Being the largest Disability company in America means they can employ Attorneys at will. You will not get an attorney to take these people on because unless you prove bad faith, there is little money for the attorney and they probably will not take it on a contingency basis.

Authoritative evidence has come to light that for a period of some years, retching from the mid-1990s into the present decade, Unum/Provident Corporation, the largest American insurer specializing in disability insurance, was engage
deliberate program of bad faith denial of meritorious benefit claims. Part I of this article reviews what is known of this episode. http://amsouthrobsthedead.com/unumcrimes.pdf

That's a good place to start, many people have been hurt by this company, I mean after all that's when their supposed to help.

UnumProvident and its subsidiaries Colonial Life, Provident Life, and Paul Revere have all systematically denied claims for which policyholders should have been covered.

The number of denied claims by UnumProvident has become well publicized and was the subject of a dateline piece on October 13, 2002. Unfortunately

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