Helping Individuals And Families With Life Insurance Claim Denials
The purchase of life insurance is a proactive measure that eventually provides financial benefits for loved ones after a policyholder’s passing. Unfortunately, beneficiaries of a life insurance policy may suffer another kind of tragic loss when an insurer denies, delays or disputes payments.
If this situation describes what you are going through, or if an insurance company rescinded a policy or insisted that coverage lapsed, let an experienced insurance lawyer help you.
At the San Diego law firm of Buscemi Hallett LLP, our attorneys will use 30 years of combined experienced to protect your rights at every step of a negotiation or lawsuit. Give us a call today to discuss your specific situation.
Was Your Life Insurance Claim Denied Or Delayed?
Life insurance companies make more money when they deny, delay, dispute or attempt to underpay claims. Your insurer may have accused a deceased policyholder of misrepresentation or fraud, tried to retroactively rescind or cancel a policy, or found improper policy exclusions that support its decision to deny the claim.
Insurance agents and brokers may have improperly presented information and facts in an initial application. Clients who have been denied payment of life insurance benefits deserve information about appropriate remedies, financial and emotional distress damages, consequential damages, attorney fees and punitive damages that can result from proof of insurance bad faith.
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Buscemi Hallett LLP is rated AV Preeminent* by Martindale-Hubbell and is proud to be featured in San Diego Magazine’s Top Lawyers list.
Buscemi Hallett LLP will show you how to approach the claims process the right way the first time, helping you prepare the necessary documentation and forms. Contact our law office by sending us an email or calling us at 619-821-9163 to arrange a free initial consultation.
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