Denied Life Insurance Claim Lawyer

Recent Denied Life Insurance Claims Settled

  • Unified life intoxication exclusion problem $33,000.00
  • American Chambers COVID 19 denial $65,000.00
  • NEA life self-inflicted injury or suicide denial $103,600.00
  • Woodmen material misrepresentation claim $50,000.00
  • Sec Mutual Life coronavirus death claim $101,000.00
  • PHP Life contestable period health issue $94,000.00
  • Accordia high blood pressure not disclosed $22,000.00
  • Kansas City Life sickness exclusion won $10,000.00
  • Mid Continental act of war exclusion resolved $53,000.00
  • Family First prescription drug mix issue $39,000.00
  • Union Fidelity accidental suicide exclusion $105,000.00
  • SB Mutual self asphyxiation contested policy $56,000.00
  • Crump beneficiary designation disputed by wife $25,000.00

What should I do if my life insurance claim was denied?

You should retain a life insurance lawyer from our law firm. We only handle life insurance claims, and nothing else. All our firm does is recover denied and delayed life insurance claims for our clients. 100% of our practice is recovering life insurance claims. We have actually studied the "supposed" life insurance attorneys on the first page of all the major search engines, and every other firm has a primary practice area concentration in another field of law. Most of the lawyers advertising that they handle denied life insurance claims are actually personal injury lawyers, family law attorneys or bankruptcy lawyers. Our firm is astounded that our supposed competitors could hold themselves out as being competent in handling the complexities of denied life insurance claims. 100% of our practice is handling life insurance claims. This is all we do from morning until night, and we are certain that no other firm has handled as many claims as our firm has.

What question should you ask the denied life insurance claim lawyer that you are considering hiring?

You need to find out how many years they have been practicing, and if it less than 20 years, you have a problem. We fired a couple young attorneys who are trying to resolve these complicated cases, and after they are unsuccessful, their clients end up coming to us.

What is the cost of a denied life insurance claim lawyer?

Other firms charge outrageous fees. Our fees are extremely reasonable, and we will beat any other firm's fee. Also, you pay us absolutely nothing unless we get money for you.

I have a denied AD&D claim, what to do?

Most other firms don't know how to properly handle AD&D claims, so when you have an Accidental Death & Dismemberment policy which was denied, you'll want to retain us immediately. AD&D policies are denied very often because they are cheap to buy and have large payouts, and insurance companies aren't profitable if they pay out more than they take it. We recently recovered a $1,000,000 policy which was denied after the insurance company said that an illness caused the death, not the accident.

I have a denied SGLI claim, what to do?

We get so many SGLI claims, and we know the people handling them, and we get them paid quickly. Many firms that pretend to know how to handle these cases don't. We get them paid every single time.

I have a denied TSGLI claim, what to do?

Our firm gets plenty of TSGLI claims, which we resolve expeditiously. They can be difficult, be we have an arsenal of legal briefs for these claims.

I have a denied ERISA life insurance claim, what to do?

These can be quite complicated, and one misstep can bar your recovery, so don't send any appeal letters, or you may be in trouble. Let us handle every step so you get the money to which you are entitled. Do not send any letter to them, as this may be the end of your claim. Call us right now.

I have a denied FEGLI claim, what to do?

These are tricky, which is why you don't want another firm playing around with these claims. We know all the key insurance people, and we get them to write a check quickly.

The insured missed a payment, and the insurance company said the policy lapsed, what to do?

We know all the case law on lapse, and we know all the tricks to get these paid, so give us a call to discuss. . In fact, we recovered a policy with a 16-month lapse.

The life insurance company won't pay because there is a beneficiary dispute, what to do?

We handle life insurance beneficiary disputes weekly, and we resolve these interpleader cases quickly.

What are some common reasons for a life insurance claim being denied?

Insurance companies love to claim that there was some misrepresentation on the application. We have always recovered the full policy amount on every claim that we have handled.

Not having the proper documentation or records is a common reason for denial. The majority of the time, the insurance company already has this information, and they are just trying to get you to give up on your good claim.

A common for a denial is having a high blood alcohol content in the deceased's body. We have top experts that contest the collection and testing methods, and we have never lost this type of denial.

Suicide or self-inflicted injury is another reason for denial. Unless there was a suicide note, our firm always prevails on these denials.

A death that was accidental is often claimed not to be accidental. For instance, a medical examiner lists the cause of death on the death certificate as a heart attack or lung cancer. The insured could have been injured in a car accident, and dies a few days later from the injuries, but the medical examiner lists a disease as the cause of death, which is simply ridiculous. We almost always beat these denials as well.

There are many instances in which an insurance company collects premiums for years, and then denies the claim saying that the policy was not in effect, even though they pocketed tens of thousands of dollars.

Many carriers will try to say that the cause of death can't be determined, and they will deny the claim. This is another one of their games that you won't be able to resolve yourself.

Many claims are denied because the carrier said that there was some illegal activity the deceased individual was engaged in, known as a felony exclusion. For example, the person was killed while doing some illegal activity. We have a myriad of ways to get around these situations, which we won't divulge on this website.

Insurance carriers may claim that the employee was not full time, and deny your claim, but nobody knows how to handle these work life insurance claims better than us.

Often, a life insurance company will change to another one, dropped the coverage of the insured in the process. Our attorneys can get you paid on these claims as well.

You can learn about denied AD&D claims next.