Unum Not Paying Insurance Claims


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The following subsidiaries of Unum Group offer products under the Unum brand in the US:

  • Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company offers individual income protection and life insurance in all states except New York;
  • Unum Life Insurance Company of America offers group income protection, life, long-term care and special risk insurance in all states except New York; The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company offers individual income protection and life insurance products in New York and other states;
  • First Unum Life Insurance Company offers products in New York similar to those offered by Colonial and Unum America in other states;
  • Provident Life and Casualty Insurance Company offers individual income protection products in New York and other states.

Tracing Unum’s Evolution: From Provident and Paul Revere to UnumProvident Corporation

The Unum Group has 10,000 employees worldwide and is the largest disability insurer in the U.S. Their subsidiaries cover 44% of the employees of the Fortune 500 with group disability plans.   The Group was formed after Provident purchased Paul Revere in 1997 and then Unum merged with Provident in 1999. The name of the new company, in 1999, was UnumProvident Corpporation. After bad publicity following the company’s regulatory settlement agreement to reassess hundreds of thousands of disability claim terminations and denials, the name was changed to “Unum”.

Is Unum not Paying Your Insurance Claims?

Schwartz, Conroy & Hack was the first law firm in the United States to bring a class-action lawsuit against the company. In that lawsuit, a federal judge has certified as a class all persons who had their claims denied or terminated during a particular period of time. For more information and links, visit our microsite at www.UnumProvidentClassAction.net   A long-term disability insurance attorney at Schwartz, Conroy & Hack provide long-term disability legal services to Unum Group policyholders nationwide. The firm frequently receives Unum inquiries and represents individuals who are submitting a claim or whose claim has been submitted and has been delayed, disputed, or outright denied or terminated. For help regarding Unum not paying insurance claims, fill out our contact form here or call us toll-free at 1-800-745-1755.