California Court of Appeal Affirms Ruling That a Mental Disorder Accompanied by Physical Symptoms is Not Subject to a Policy’s Two-Year Limitation for Mental Claims


California Court of Appeal in Bosetti v. The United States Life Ins. Co., 175 Cal. App. 4th 1208

(2009) addressed whether a two-year benefits limitation on disability insurance payments for “mental, nervous or emotional disorder[s]” could properly serve to limit benefits payable to an insured who was disabled from depression and anxiety, but who also complained of interrelated physical impairments.

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