The Paul Revere Corporation provided individual, non-cancelable disability insurance in the United States and Canada. Purchased by RBC Life Insurance Group member UNUM in 2004, the corporation is now marketed under the UNUM insurance company name. UNUM markets group life and dental insurance along with individual life insurance and annuities. The company offers several annuity products, including tax-sheltered retirement vehicles.
UNUM’s products comprise group long-term and short-term disability, group life, accidental death and dismemberment, individual disability, voluntary benefits, sickness, cancer and critical illness, and group and individual long-term care insurance products. In addition, the company provides a portfolio of other insurance products, including employer-and employee-paid group benefits and other related services.
Many of our clients, who think they have coverage through their UNUM insurance policies, are shocked when their claims are denied. One of our cases involved a dental technician with osteoarthritis in her hands who had been denied her disability benefits because of “insufficient medical evidence.” Another case involved a Lawyer with degenerative disc disease who had been cut off at the 24-month change of definition point, because UNUM insisted that he could work at another job. In both cases, and countless others like them, Share Lawyers has been successful in suing the insurance company and negotiating significant settlements on behalf of our clients.
At Share Lawyers, our team of experienced disability, life and critical illness insurance lawyers is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in Canada and has a proven track record of success in recovering fair settlements in claims against UNUM.
For more information about how we can help you win your long-term disability benefits, contact us toll-free at 1-888-777-1109 today, or fill out our free online assessment form.