Specifically, they pointed to a 1980 Value Added Statement, a 1984 Guidebook, and a 1994 Retirement Counseling Handbook. Sun Life set aside about ,000 to cover this amount.
However, the circuit court found, the plaintiffs failed to allege that documents containing the relevant promise constituted plan documents that postdated the implementation of the Flex Plan, which did not exist before 1995. Thereafter, Genworth filed a request and writ for garnishment for the money held by Sun Life, asking that it be used to help satisfy Genworth’s judgment against the plaintiff.
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Although the plaintiff again argued that the Michigan statute prohibited garnishment, this time the district court rejected his argument. In the circuit court’s opinion, that kind of payment was “not a benefit and not paid on account of a disability.” Concluding that limitations on garnishment exceptions protected the interests of legitimate judgment creditors, the circuit court refused to “rebalance” the various parties’ interests that had already been balanced by the Michigan legislature. July 16, 2012).] Court Upholds Administrator’s Decision to Rely on Older Definition of “Disability” The plaintiff in this case, a partner in a law firm, filed a claim for long term disability benefits under the firm’s long term disability policy on July 31, 2009.
The district court concluded that the statute’s language was “intended to exempt from garnishment, nothing else.” The district court reasoned that the exemption was plainly limited to benefits, which did not include attorney’s fees. The Prudential Insurance Company of America, as claims administrator, initially denied the claim in September 2009, but reconsidered its denial in April 2010 and approved the claim retroactive to September 2009.
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