Category archive: Nevada

Nevada Court Declines to Find Bad Faith Where There is a Reasonable Dispute as to Coverage

Summary: Dr. Jonathan Cohan purchased a disability insurance policy from Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company, which was a subsidiary of Unum Group (Unum). The policy was to provide Cohan with replacement income and measured the amount of benefits by the income received from his occupation at the time of disability. When he became disabled…

Nevada Mother Lies and Loses

Summary: A Nevada mother applied for health insurance coverage on behalf of her four-year-old daughter.  About two weeks later, the daughter was seen by a doctor who diagnosed sexual precocity, made a referral to a specialist, and ordered tests and x-rays.  A week thereafter, an underwriting interview was conducted and the mother failed to reveal…

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