Insurance – Disability – Subjective Symptoms – ‘Proof’ – Abuse of Discretion StandardCosey v. Prudential Insurance Co. of America Even though all of plaintiff’s medical complaints are subjective, the defendant-insurer was still entitled to require objective “proof” of plaintiff’s claimed disability. The court grants defendants’ motion for summary judgment.
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