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Asked on: 5/24/13, 10:44 am

I was awarded long term disability benefits, Provident Unum, and was paid benefits, monthly, for about 12 years, many medical reviews during that time, always continued benefits. Provident Unum suddenly closed my claim, stopped paying benefits, because, they stated, the original benefit amount was mistakenly calculated, by provident Unum, per their statement, and I had been overpaid all these years. They also stated that since it was their mistake, they would not seek repayment of the overage. (I have all the above in writing) I did research my records, and they are correct that they miscalculated by a decimal point (multiplied by 10 instead of 1) Being as the amount of benefit was awarded by them, and no misrepresentation by myself, was it legally correct to cut me off from future benefits?

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