Has your life insurance claim been denied? If so, a life insurance attorney may be able to help you. There are many factors insurance companies look at when either signing individuals up for life insurance and paying out life insurance in the event of an insured’s passing. A Geneva life insurance attorney can discuss the facts with you and if possible, come up with a plan of action for you.
An individual purchases life insurance so that in the event of your one’s death, an insurance company will pay a beneficiary a predetermined amount of money. An individual can be denied life insurance because of occupational hazards, pre-existing conditions, and even driving record! If you’ve been denied life insurance, an attorney may be able to help you.
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