Life Insurance Claim Disputes

Has an Insurer Refused to Pay Death Benefits to You?

Nothing is harder than having to face the death of a loved one. Not only is this situation emotionally difficult, but it can cause significant financial repercussions as well. After this kind of tragedy, the last thing you should have to deal with is a denied insurance claim for you as the beneficiary.

Life insurance claims are intended to help you with the following:

  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Financial support for the beneficiaries

Find out more about what you can do after a life insurance claim denial or dispute. Our Houston life insurance claims attorney at Dick Law Firm, PLLC has helped over a thousand clients effectively resolve their claim disputes.

How Insurance Companies Try to Avoid Paying Benefits

Insurers will often find incorrect or incomplete information on a life insurance application and use that as the basis for refusing to pay or for reducing claim payouts. Other ways insurance companies will try to avoid paying benefits is by claiming your loved one had an undisclosed medical condition, alleging fraud, or that the life insurance premiums were not paid in a timely manner.

Don't allow an insurance company to unjustly revoke coverage of a life insurance policy! Don't settle for being unable to pay your expenses. If you believe the insurance company is acting in bad faith, we can help you contest the dispute.

Let Our Houston Life Insurance Attorney Fight on Your Behalf

Insurance companies are powerful entities that are backed by a strong team of defense lawyers. Why not even the playing field by hiring your own attorney? Allow us to handle your legal battle while you focus on grieving for the loss of your loved one. We focus exclusively on insurance law, which means we can dedicate 100% of our resources to developing effective strategies and solutions to insurance claim disputes.

To learn more and to schedule a free case evaluation, contact our firm today at (844) HIRE-A-DICK!

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