Claimant Achieved Success When Disability Claim Was Remanded, Federal Judge Says

BOSTON - A disability claimant is entitled to an award of attorney fees based on the claimant's success in having the claim remanded to the administrator for further review; however, the amount of attorney fees to which the claimant is entitled cannot be calculated until after the claimant's administrative appeal is resolved, a Massachusetts federal judge said Jan. 28 (Brian Host v. First Unum Life Insurance Co., et al., No. 13-11578, D. Mass., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12832).
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