What is involved in cases of Denied Disability Insurance?

Many Americans have faithfully paid for disability insurance. They rely on this insurance to cover them in the event that they become disabled and cannot work. However, many people are stunned when their insurance provider refuses to pay their claim.

Unfortunately for their policyholders, some insurance companies deny legitimate claims from seriously ill or injured customers, a corporate strategy that is designed for one purpose – to boost profits. A multitude of employees, both current and former, who are insured through these fraudulent companies have come forward to talk to media and to attorneys about the tragic situation.

Beasley Allen lawyers have found this occurs on a regular basis to honest people who are just looking to get out of their insurance what they were promised. When their claims are denied, they have nowhere to turn, and no means to live.

Supplemental Disability Insurance Denial

 
In addition to successfully litigating bad faith denial of benefits cases for years involving Disability Insurance, we also are interested in reviewing cases involving denial of Individual and Group disability insurance. These cases can be either employee sponsored benefit plan policies (ERISA), individually owned policies or non-ERISA governed supplemental insurance.

What can I do?

If you feel you have a claim, our attorneys would like to talk to you. You may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation.


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