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October 2016 Archives

How life insurance companies use excuses to deny you coverage

Life insurance companies will come up with every excuse in the books to try to deny you coverage for your legitimate claim. They do this not because they have a legitimate denial to make, but because they want to protect their revenue. All that matters to them is how much money they bring in -- not what they send out.

Insurance companies can't get away with their poor tactics

Earlier this month, we expanded on the idea that insurance company can indeed deny your claims under just circumstances. It is true that not every insurance policyholder is being robbed by insurance companies when the companies deny their claims -- but that also doesn't mean that bad faith insurance tactics are a thing of the past.

Reasons why a life insurance company may deny your claim

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote a post about how insurers can justly deny your insurance claim. There are many ways they can do this, just as there are many ways that insurance companies will try to unfairly deny your claim, an act that is the very definition of bad faith in this context. Today, we're going to extend that discussion to life insurance policies, talking about how insurance companies will justly deny a person's claim.