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This is the second part of our blog series about critical illness insurance.
Critical illness insurance is meant to help cover medical expenses and ease the financial stress of a difficult situation. It is considered to be a “living benefit” insurance that offsets lost income and its main purpose is to help pay for additional expenses incurred by those who survive a major illness.
Here are six reasons why a critical illness claim may be denied:
It is important to be aware of any time limits and deadlines that apply to critical illness claims. This is one way a lawyer can help you. A lawyer can also help you to better understand your policy.
Here are 5 steps to take into consideration before filing a critical illness claim:
If your claim for critical illness coverage was denied, you are able to fight the insurance company’s decision. You can consult a lawyer who practices this type of law to find out your legal rights and options. A lawyer can explain to you any limitation periods that apply and explain the legal process.
If you have had your claim for critical illness denied, contact our office for a free, no obligation initial consultation that can be scheduled at a date and time that is convenient for you.
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