Disability Insurer Did Not Breach Contract Or Act In Bad Faith In Denying Benefits

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A disability claimant failed to prove that a disability insurer breached its contract or acted in bad faith in denying any-occupation disability benefits, a California federal judge said Nov. 21 in granting summary judgment in favor of the insurer (Loretta Bruce v. Hartford Life& Accident Insurance Co., No. 17-2201, E.D. Calif., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 202511).
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