Folsom, CA, July 30, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- When the young son of a mid-west couple died in a car accident, the last thing they expected was for his life insurance company to deny the death claim. Yet, like many contestable life insurance claims, that is exactly what happened. Even though the death was caused by an accident, and not by a medical condition, the insurance company refused to pay the claim because of information they could not verify. The father contacted the life insurance claims department in order to get learn why the claim was not being paid, but the insurer refused to provide any specific answers. Frustrated, he contacted The Center for Life Insurance Disputes for help.
The Center for Life Insurance Disputes represents life insurance beneficiaries who have death claims that have been denied. They appeal denials, investigate claims, and get life insurance claims paid. That is exactly what happened with this couple’s $1 million claim. After doing a new investigation, The Center for Life Insurance Disputes was able to determine what information the insurer was not considering, presented the documents, and got the life insurance claim paid.
When a life insurance policy is less than two years old, the insurer has the right to investigate the claim. What this means is they can go back to the original application and check the information for accuracy. If they find certain information (like health and financial) to have been wrong, they can deny the claim. By some estimates, there are at least 5,000 denied life insurance claims each year. The burden then falls on the beneficiary (or their attorney) to prove the claim is valid and should be paid. That’s where The Center for Life Insurance Disputes specializes. They have recovered over $50 million from life insurance companies.
If you have a dispute over your life insurance policy, contact The Center for Life Insurance Disputes to discuss your options at (888) 428-4868 or cflid.com
With over 20 years of focused experience in dealing with life insurance complaints—and a proven track record of recovering money for clients, they can help those who have suffered damages due to life insurance fraud, scams, denial of death benefits, or other types of bad faith practices. The Center for Life Insurance Disputes protects the best interests of the client—never those of the insurance company. Consultations are free.