Life insurance denials are among the most painful cases that BenGlassLaw handles. People come to us after they have lost a loved one, and the insurance company has unexpectedly denied their benefits. Beneficiaries need to appeal, but life insurance denials can be daunting. We can help.
Our goal is to ensure you get the benefits you are entitled to without unnecessary delay. Though some life insurance appeals can take months (or even years), we have experience in this unique area of law and have designed a system to develop the strongest possible appeal and streamline the appeal process as much as possible.
If your life insurance benefits were denied, contact BenGlassLaw as soon as possible. Often you only have 60 days to appeal these decisions. If you don’t appeal within the insurance company’s timeframe, you lose your opportunity to go to court later. The initial denial will be final. That’s how the law is written.
You can find more information about life insurance claims and denials by browsing our library of content below. If you have any questions or you would like to have your denial letter reviewed for free, complete BenGlassLaw's contact form.
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Why Was the Insured’s Accidental Death Insurance Claim Denied? Accidental death claims are often denied by insurance companies because their idea of an accident often differs from most people’s perception of an accident
Was Alcohol a Factor in your Life Insurance Denial? Most life insurance policies have a clause that says they will not pay if death was due to an injury sustained while intoxicated.