Disability Claimant Cannot Collect Consequential Damages, Judge Says

MINNEAPOLIS - A Minnesota federal judge on Jan. 3 granted a disability insurer's motion for partial summary judgment after determining that a disability claimant failed to prove that the insurer's termination of disability benefits caused the claimant to sustain consequential damages in the form of lost employer-provided health and life insurance (Matthew J. Christoff v. Paul Revere Life Insurance Co., No. 17-3515, D. Minn., 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 808).
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