Ever been on disability? People like C.L. are bad for a company like MetLife. When your doctor said you are disabled, a person with no medical education is there to save a company money and end your claim. I would never buy into a company like this one. IMO, its anti American. GET A LAWYER
I think that people are reading to much into these Insurance forms. The forms were probably put together by someone with a high school education and they don't make sense. I have seen other Met forms and parts of them make no sense. If Managment would actually take the time to review their forms and the functions that they must do, then Met would have forms that make sense. It is as simple as that.
Sam says, "I think that people are reading to much into these Insurance forms. The forms were probably put together by someone with a high school education and they don't make sense."
First of all, your first sentence should read ... "I think that people are reading TOO much..."
Second, just what "forms" are you referring to and what do "forms" have to do with the original comment about being denied disability?
Third, I am sure Met management would be most interested in knowing specifically which forms and which parts thereof "make no sense." And I know their lawyers are sitting around not doing much these days and that they would be most grateful if you gave them something to look over, too.
Well Insurance Observer I don't like any company that puts pressure on anyone who is disabled. MetLife sends forms to your doctor that leave out the big questions. Is this person disabled?? How long will this person be disabled?? MetLife will fill in those blanks by people with no medical education. I am not sure how many have this problem with MetLife so I started this topic. Many CEOs only care about the share price.