We are glad to announce the recovery of a $90,000 denied life insurance claim for our client.
Using unclear language to describe policy benefits or exclusions, making it difficult for policyholders to understand what is covered and what is not.
Failing to define key terms in the policy or using terms that could have multiple interpretations, making it challenging for policyholders to understand the scope of their coverage.
Using language that is open to interpretation, so the insurance company can deny claims that fall within a grey area.
Including exceptions or conditions that are buried deep in the policy language and not easily discoverable, making it difficult for policyholders to anticipate how the policy will apply in different circumstances.
Using industry jargon that policyholders may not understand, which makes it harder for them to know what they are agreeing to.
Including policy language that may conflict with other parts of the policy or be unclear, creating confusion for policyholders and allowing the insurer to interpret the policy in its favor.
Using vague or general language to describe the policy terms, so policyholders may not know what is covered or excluded.
Using ambiguous or unclear language to describe the policy application or underwriting process, which may lead to confusion and misinterpretation.
Failing to provide clear information on how to file a claim or what documentation is required, which could lead to a denied claim if policyholders do not meet undisclosed requirements.
Failing to provide clear information on how to cancel a policy or obtain a refund, which could lead to policyholders being stuck with a policy that they no longer want or cannot afford.