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Life Insurance FAQS

By the attorneys of Disability Insurance Law Group

The following information is provided in order to help you understand some of the general concepts and common concerns that arise in relation to life insurance claims. For specific answers from an experienced insurance lawyer, please contact the offices of Disability Insurance Law Group to schedule a free consultation. We serve clients nationwide.

Q: What is life insurance?

A: Life insurance is generally purchased as financial protection against losses that result because of death. When an individual has a life insurance policy, and he/she passes away, the beneficiaries designated under his/her policy will receive payment for benefits covered under the life insurance policy.

Q: What is a life insurance policy?

A: A life insurance policy is a legally binding contract between a policyholder and an insurance company. The contract specifies that in the event of the policyholder’s death, the insurance company will pay a set amount of money to the policyholder’s beneficiaries according to the terms of the insurance contract.

Q: How long does my life insurance company have to pay my claim?

A: An insurance company is supposed to pay claims within a reasonable amount of time. Generally, this should not be more than about six to eight weeks. If they have not paid you during this time frame, then they may be acting in bad faith.

Q: If someone other than the designated beneficiary is claiming to be the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, what should I do?

A: Contact us, and we will get the insurance company to pay you the money that you are entitled to. The attorneys of Disability Insurance Law Group combine 25 years of legal experience in handling insurance matters and possess a thorough understanding of the complex nature of life insurance policies to serve you.

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