- The last part of my series on “What is ERISA,” discussing ERISA and retirement benefits;
- A post titled “The Insurance Company’s Calling You a Liar,” discussing how insurers claim that they can ignore what you say to the doctor about your pain and impairments, dismissing it as “only self-report.” Do the insurers really believe that patients lie to the doctors, the ones on whom they rely for treatment and healing?
- An update on when a plan can impose a shorter period for filing a lawsuit than what the law otherwise provides, discussing Mirza v. Insurance Administrator of America, Inc.
- I’ll discuss Shaw v. AT&T Umbrella Benefit Plan No. 1, which shows that courts are increasingly skeptical about insurers ignoring the opinions of treating physicians unless they have a sound basis for doing so.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Plans for the Blog in Coming Months, And What I Did This Summer
If you are a regular reader of this blog (and I hope there are some!), you may have noticed that nothing new has been posted for a while. I’ve had a busy summer, as I got married, and went for a great honeymoon in Scotland. I’ve posted a few pictures below. But, probably like you, now that Labor Day is passed, I am excited to pick up some of the projects that were put aside for the summer. Here’s what up for the blog in the coming weeks:
Let me know what you would like me to discuss in my blog.
And, as promised, here are some pictures of my wedding and honeymoon in Scotland.