Eleventh Circuit Holds ERISA Fiduciaries Must Consider Social Security Determinations Issued …

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    Eleventh Circuit Holds ERISA Fiduciaries Must Consider Social Security Dete
    by LID Volunteer
    Petition Organizer
    On appeal, the Eleventh Circuit reversed, holding that LINA should have considered the evidence gathered in the SSA process and, further, should have obtained the evidence independently of Melech because to ignore the evidence was procedurally unreasonable. The Eleventh Circuit noted that LINA’s benefits procedure requires claimants to pursue SSA disability benefits at least through the second stage of appeals if LINA determines the claimant should appeal, and allows LINA to deduct SSA benefits from the benefits owed to claimants. The court determined that LINA “actively inserted” itself into the claimants’ SSA benefit application process when it was to LINA’s advantage.

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