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I was a good employee for 3 years and I am dissabled now trying to recover from foot surgery and this is the treatment i get. But the 2nd one is the one I’m having the most trouble with. My surgery failed from the first claim and they don’t want to pay for it. First time I tried to claim, they used every paperwork not filled out by doctor, paperwork not submitted etc. Employer has me collect unemployment until I can come back to work (Frito-Lay).
i was at at green mountain coffee roasters and was injured feb of 2011 as of yet i have recieved nothing. i have hired an attorney because being decent and honest with Sedwick proved to be a costly mistake. more people need to find out about the way things are handled. The only thing is, if I dont have this surgery I will lose my hand. I’m really disappointed that my employer would hire such a crappy company! They realized husband is disabled at this time and shouldn’t be at work but Sedgwick don’t care, they are insisting he return to work with out doctor’s release, even though the functionality test says not able to return to work ’till after treatment, which he just started. I was without income for four months and collected unemployment the last two.
There manager Ms Jenny Marathow dosnt even return calls if she exist at all.
They say its payroll Qualcom’s problem and payroll Qualcom says its CMS issue. I requested to speak to a higher Dept and CMS says they dont know who that is, stating they dont have a complaint dept WOW I cant believe that no one is running the Office.
As a third party administrator Sedgwick may have the authority to approve or deny a disability insurance claim, but the money to actually fund the disability benefit is not paid by Sedgwick.
For example, Sedgwick is the claims administrator for the AT&T disability plan, but the money to pay benefits, if approved by Sedgwick, comes from AT&T.
Sedgwick claims to have more than 6,400 employees in more than 150 offices throughout the US and Canada.