Everyone hears the words life insurance and life insurance claims tossed around on daily. When working in an office, or out at sea, the understanding that life insurance is a necessity is pretty universal. But, what exactly is life insurance, and how does it help you? And is it really as safe as it sounds?
Life insurance can be understood as a type of insurance on one’s livelihood. Whether you are the policyholder or the beneficiary, the insurance benefits both parties. If you are the policyholder, you can rest assured that, as long as all the rules and clauses are followed, that those you leave behind will have some sort of reimbursement. This is especially true if you are the primary breadwinner in your family.
For the beneficiary, you can rest assured knowing that you will not have to start from ground zero if an unexpected death or severe injury occurs to your close family member. The money and payouts that are given for a life insurance policy can help with many different kinds of payments, such as the funeral costs, mortgages, and other such debts that might pile up when you attempt to deal with a death of a loved one.
But, for some of you, getting this payout will not be that simple. Denials can come about for just about any reason that you can think of. As a policyholder, if you forget to put down any type of illness or medical condition, and it later comes up that the medical condition was not disclosed on the application, then your insurance may be revoked due to falsifying information. There may be a denial due to an exclusion such as: felony exclusion; suicide exclusion; self-inflicted injury exclusion; alcohol exclusion or drug exclusion. As a beneficiary, there may be a dispute with an spouse or ex-spouse, child or family member.
So, how do you deal with all of this, you may be asking. To start, work with an experience life insurance law firm that handles denied life insurance claims. ING life insurance has been around for quite some time, however, they deny a large amount of beneficiaries. We have had to resolve thousands of delayed and denied ING life insurance claims over the years, luckily, with a 100% success rate. Our life insurance lawyers can walk you through the steps of dealing with a denial on a claim, as well as work with you anytime.
Recent ING Life Denied Life Insurance Claims Paid
- ING Life interpleader case $301,000.00
- ING Life accidental death claim denied $102,250.00
- ING Life denied life insurance claim suicide $114,000.00
- ING Life beneficiary dispute spouse $279,000.00
- ING Life autoerotic asphyxiation denial $213,100.00
- ING Life denied AD&D claim $211,000.00
- ING Life beneficiary dispute ex-spouse $201,000.00
- ING Life denied AD&D claim $172,000.00
- ING Life beneficiary dispute by ex-spouse $166,000.00
- ING Life prescription drug denied claim $308,500.00
- ING Life insurance claim denied suicide $136,000.00
- ING Life interpleader claim resolved $252,000.00
- ING Life insurance claim beneficiary dispute $205,900.00
- ING Life denied life insurance claim divorce $312,100.00
- ING Life insurance claim denied lapse $124,000.00
- ING Life alcohol exclusion denied life claim $263,000.00
- ING Life insurance claim felony exclusion $224,000.00
- ING Life denied life insurance claim divorce $520,000.00
- ING Life insurance claim denied lapse $339,000.00
- ING Life alcohol exclusion denied life claim $245,000.00
If your ING life insurance claim was denied, our life insurance lawyers will fight hard to get you the full amount of the policy.