Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, and Labor & Employment – Scibelli v. Prudential Insurance Company

In an appeal from an order of the district court dismissing, on summary judgment, plaintiff’s ERISA claim, 29 U.S.C. section 1132, order is vacated where based on the relevant evidence, the Group Policy language, and the unexplained inconsistency in the Plan Administrator’s award of benefits, the deceased beneficiary was “totally disabled” under the terms of subject Group Policy when he stopped working, and therefore, his estate is entitled to the proceeds of a group life insurance policy.

Continue reading at Scibelli v. Prudential Insurance Company, No. 11-1372

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