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My share of the award was detemined to be from 2/2001 to 10/31/2005 based on the number of weeks worked.
When I received the check the law firm stated that 1/2 of the settlement award must be treated as “back wages” and the other 1/2 as “Liquidated Damages”. My LTD plan has a provision for deducting amount of income stating: The gross LTD benefit will be automatically reduced by the amount of income you are eligible to receive from other sources, including but not limited to: Further down the list it states: Third party recovery for loss of income by judgement, settlement or otherwise, including recovery amounts you may receive from future earnings.
First, can they do this (since it was their error), and second, can they go back 15 years worth?
Even the IRS allows one to go back no more than 3 years.
Also, they have never applied COLA to their payments, unlike SSI. David, I have seen thousands of overpayment request, but I have never seen a company go back 15 years.
My impression is that it would be unlawful for Met Life to seek an overpayment do to a mistake they made 15 years ago.
It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.I have a different kind of problem going on, my doctors office completed a FCE wrong, the secretary who filled it out did not put my restrictions on the form basicly saying i can return to work and my doctor signed the form and it got sent to Hartford I have been on disabilty with Hartford for 3 years also collecting SSD.My doctor is willing to write a letter to Hartford to explain my restrictions my question is are they going to accept it since he signed the FCE with the wrong information. Judy, you doctor can certainly send a clarification letter to Hartford and it would be a good idea to have him do so.Why do I have to repay them if my LTD premium was deducted biweekly from my salary.Additionally, I find no legal authority which requires repayment…