“A registered nurse from Kentucky originally ceased working due to her diagnosis of stage IV metastatic breast cancer and all the consequential disabilities related to this life-threatening diagnosis. After 24 months of coverage, the insurance carrier terminated benefits as it claimed this registered nurse did not meet their definition of “disabled” and claimed she could perform a list of occupations.
Upset at her sudden loss of income, she called Fields Disability for help appealing Prudential’s decision. The attorneys at Fields Disability contacted our client’s doctors to compile reports of all of her symptoms and treatments. After only one appeal, Prudential agreed with the Fields Disability attorneys, and reversed their prior determination and administered benefit payments immediately. ”