Wanda Glenn, 55, of Columbus, Ohio, has heart disease, and after 14 years as a sales manager for Sears she began a leave of absence in 2000. Immediately, she began receiving disability benefits from MetLife, Sears’ insurer. But in 2002 MetLife said Glenn no longer qualified for continued benefits and should go back to work. “I felt abandoned, after all those years paying into the plan,” Glenn says. … Back to Article
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