Terri Truitt v. UNUM (9/6/2013)

Click to access 12-50142-CV0.wpd.pdf

Years later, a former companion of Truitt provided Unum with emails indicating that, while claiming to be disabled, Truitt engaged in activities, such as traveling abroad, that were inconsistent with her asserted disability. Based, in part, on these emails, Unum denied Truitt’s claims, and sought more than $1 million in reimbursements for benefits paid.

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