- Report: #240139
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Complaint Review: The Hartford
The HartfordPo Box 946710 Maitland, Florida U.S.A.
The Hartford Terminate my long term disability after 14 years Maitland Florida
*Consumer Comment: Hartford Scam
*General Comment: Insurance companies may refuse legitimate claims for long term disability benefits
*UPDATE Employee: This posting is incorrect.
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I am retired USAF and was working after retirement and became unable to work .I collected LTD from CNA for about 14 years, Then some how The Hartford to over my payments, Just before I turned 60 years old they started screwing with me, they terminated my payments at 60 years, 3 months old and and then denied my appeal even after having 11 hour spinal decompression (L2 to S-1)surgery at the VA in NYC. I contacted a lawyer after my appeal was denied, who said I had a good case but would not take it for there wasn't enough money left since I was 60. People have told me the Hartford and other companies terminate payments of people at around 60 for they know we have no way to fight since the lawyers will not take the cases because the LTD policies only paid to 65. Please if you or anyone you know has had this happen to them let me know for a class action suit against The Hartford. I have hundreds of papers to provide anyone who can help me.
Bayside, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/21/2007 05:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Hartford/Maitland-Florida-32794/The-Hartford-Terminate-my-long-term-disability-after-14-years-Maitland-Florida-240139. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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