Life Insurance Dispute Lawyers
Helping Those Whose Life Insurance Benefits Are Delayed, Denied Or Contested
Are You in a Fight with a Life Insurance Company Over the Policy of a Deceased Loved One?
Our Lawyers Will Fight For Your Insurance Benefits
Our experienced life insurance attorneys will litigate interpleader beneficiary disputes and life insurance denials across the country in both state and federal courts .
Are You Dealing With a Denial or a Dispute?
Two Types of Life Insurance Cases We Handle
A denial is a refusal to pay the life insurance claim on a policy. There are a few reasons why you may be facing a denial including alleged misrepresentation on the application, a supposed lapse in premium payment, or if the insurance company claims the death was not from an accident (for accidental death policies).
A beneficiary dispute is when the insurance company acknowledges that the claim is payable but isn’t sure who are the rightful beneficiaries, perhaps due to a contest. There may be an allegation that a beneficiary designation is invalid due to the policy owners’ supposed mental incapacity or undue pressure. A dispute may also involve a marital property claim.
Employer-Provided Life Insurance
A federal law called ERISA commonly governs employer-provided life insurance disputes. ERISA is a complicated set of laws that can seem too complex and too complicated to navigate. This can lead to a lot of frustration. But don’t worry. We’ll help you properly navigate ERISA and fight intelligently for your benefits.
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Camden Law is dedicated to fighting for justice on behalf of our clients. Our personal injury lawyers, truck accident attorneys, and insurance dispute lawyers are committed to the highest level of client service and practice of law. If you’ve been injured in a car accident or truck wreck, or if you’re involved with a life insurance dispute, don’t fight the insurance companies alone. Call the experienced attorneys at Camden Law today to schedule a free consultation.
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