Minneapolis Attorneys For Denied Life Insurance Claims

When you buy any product, you deserve to receive that product. Insurance coverage is no exception. You or a loved one bought life insurance with the expectation that you would be able to recover money to pay your necessary expenses when the need arises. However, denied claims make the process extremely confusing and discouraging.

At Faricy Law Firm, P.A., we have extensive experience in insurance recovery matters. For the past 30 years, attorney John H. Faricy, Jr., has been advocating for the rights of policyholders. He has obtained billions of dollars* from insurance companies on behalf of his clients.

When you need a Minnesota lawyer who thoroughly understands insurance bad faith litigation and appeals as well as the detailed terms and conditions, exclusions and endorsements of insurance policies, turn to us.

Denied Life Insurance Claims

Because insurance companies are focused on their own bottom lines, they often deny life insurance claims in the hope that the beneficiaries will not bother pursuing the benefits they deserve.

Our Minneapolis/St. Paul life insurance denial lawyers are committed to making sure you receive the money that your deceased loved one intended for you to have. We handle life insurance claims that have been denied for all kinds of alleged reasons, including:

  • Pre-existing or undisclosed medical conditions
  • Claims not filed within appropriate timelines
  • Incorrectly completed forms
  • Uncertainty about the actual cause of death

Contact Our Minneapolis Lawyers For Denied Life Insurance Claims

If you are faced with a significant claim against a large insurance company, it can be difficult to know exactly how to obtain the recovery you are entitled to under the policy you bought. Let us help. To schedule a free initial consultation, call the Minneapolis office of Faricy Law Firm, P.A., at 612.371.4400, or contact the firm by email.

* Recovery results will vary per client. The recovery amounts in each case reflect the specific facts of that case and are not intended to guarantee or imply future results.