New Jersey insurance regulators have outlawed clauses in ERISA plans that give insurers the right to interpret a policy and to determine if a claimant qualifies for life, health or disability benefits.
Freed of such discretionary clauses, which had been standard in many policies, courts will be free to conduct de novo hearings when a carrier denies benefits.
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