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|ERISA Participant's Supplemental Submission Doesn't Restart Exhaustion Clock|
Proskauer's ERISA Practice Center
May 18, 2015
"A federal district court in New Jersey held that supplemental documentation submitted by a participant in connection with the claims review process did not restart the clock for a claims administrator to decide the participant's appeal.... Prudential argued that it had 90 days from the date Plaintiff submitted her supplemental documentation, not 90 days from the date her appeal was initially submitted. According to the court, the 90-day clock did not restart upon the submission of the additional documentation." [Lewis-Burroughs v. The Prudential Ins. Co. of Am., No. 14-cv-1632 (D.N.J. Apr. 30, 2015)]
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