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Contract Dispute for Benefits

Contract Dispute for Benefits

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We had the pleasure of representing a woman who had worked for the Connecticut affiliate of a New York company for two decades. Upon retirement, the company promised to pay her medicare supplemental insurance premium for the rest of her life. When it learned she had taken a part-time position with a competitor, it ceased the payments. The arbitrator awarded her damages for the rest of her life, determined the company had acted in bad faith, and awarded her 100% of her attorneys fees.

Read the arbitrator’s decision here, or download it below.

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Arbitrator Adopts Minchella Law’s Bad Faith Argument and Awards Attorney’s Fees to Its Client