At Kantor & Kantor, we see the same scenario over and over again. An individual submits a claim to a life insurance company, seeking to receive the life insurance benefits due to them resulting from the death of a loved one. However, instead of a check, the individual receives a letter from the insurance company telling them why they WON’T be receiving any benefits. The beneficiary is shocked, but feels helpless.
The insurance company must know what they are doing, RIGHT?
The insurance company wouldn’t negligently or intentionally fail to pay which should be paid, RIGHT?