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The Supreme Court struggled Wednesday with how much weight to give an insurance company’s potential conflict of interest when it denies an employee’s health or disability benefits claim.

The lawyer representing the woman who sued MetLife Inc. over a disability claim argued that insurance companies have a financial incentive to deny claims. That conflict of interest should weigh heavily in employees’ favor when they challenge benefit claims in court, Joshua Rosenkranz said in court papers.

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