Has Your Accidental Death Claim Been Denied or Delayed?
The Center for Life Insurance Disputes…the Nationally Recognized Experts at Getting Denied Accidental Claims Overturned and Delayed Accidental Claims Paid.
Unfortunately, most Accidental Death Claims are improperly filed and subsequently denied. The Center for Life Insurance Disputes has a proven track record of getting Accidental Death life insurance claims paid quickly and in full. If you have an Accidental Death Claim you will greatly improve your chance of getting the claim paid if we represent you.
We Get Life Insurance Claims Paid Fast:
The best way to get an Accidental Death Claim approved and paid in full is with proper dispute pre-planning, detailed claims investigation and the professional help we provide to clients. Often times it is not enough to simply file the claim.
If a claim is filed without proper supporting documentation and anticipating the issues, the final settlement will rest in the hands of the insurance company. The Center for Life Insurance Disputes are experts at collecting the needed information and proper filing of Accidental Death claims.
Are You Filing an Accidental Death Claim, or has Your Accidental Death Claim Already Been Denied?
Representing clients nationwide, The Center for Life Insurance Disputes will properly research and file your accidental death claim, and get it paid in full, even if it has already been denied. Call Us Toll Free 888.428.4868 for a Free Accidental Death Claims Consultation.
We Save You Time and Money:
We are the premier life insurance claims resolution firm in the United States. The Center for Life Insurance Disputes gets your life insurance claims paid fast and in full without the high cost of hiring an attorney, and you won’t have to wait years to fight it out in court. Our standard 10% fee saves you money and our life insurance claims expertise will get your claim paid much faster than filing a lawsuit.
Accidental Death Insurance is Different:
There is a difference between life insurance and accidental death insurance. While either type of coverage will pay a benefit based on the insured dying, the cause of death differentiates the two coverages. In order to receive a claim benefit from an Accidental Death insurance policy, the insured must die in ways defined by the policy.
After a person dies, a death certificate stating the Cause of Death is issued. In situations where the death was the result of an accident, the Cause of Death will be stated as accidental.
It would seem that this would trigger the Accidental Death policy benefit, but not always. There can be many related factors to the Cause of Death that will nullify a claim. One common reason is blood-alcohol.
As an example, if the insured accidentally falls from a rooftop and dies, while intoxicated from alcohol (above the legal limit), there will very likely be a clause in the Accidental Death policy that nullifies the claim benefit. In other words, just because the death was an accident doesn’t mean benefits will be paid.
With Some Accidental Death Claims the Insurer May Simply Refuse To Pay the Claim:
A Bloomberg Markets Magazine article, written by David Evans, states, “Life insurers have found myriad ways to delay and deny paying death benefits to families, civil court cases across the U.S. show. Since 2008, federal judges have concluded that some insurers cheated survivors by twisting facts, fabricating excuses and ignoring autopsy findings in withholding death benefits.”