Unum Long Term Care Denials
Whether you have a policy from Aetna or Unum, long term care denials can wreak havoc when you're already stressed both emotionally and financially. If you've paid the premiums on your insurance policy, you might expect that it would be easy for you to receive the benefits entitled to you in your plan after submitting a long term care claim. Insurance providers may deny claimants' benefits, though, even when all the conditions for a long term care claim have been met. Before you give up on your insurance claim and accept Unum long term care denials as final decisions, contact the expert legal team at Kantor & Kantor.
Consult Experienced Attorneys About Unum Long Term Care Denials
Our attorneys have represented clients who have had claims denied by the country's largest insurance companies, including The Guardian, Liberty Mutual, Reliance Standard and Unum. Long term care denials are often justified by insurance companies based on very subtle details of insurance policies, which many claimants simply don't have the expertise to understand. By bringing your case to one of our attorneys, you'll get a straightforward explanation of all the potential remedies available to you.
If you haven't done so yet, you may be able to file an appeal. Should your appeal be denied, this isn't the end of the road. Our lawyers can examine the decision and may recommend filing suit against the insurance company for engaging in bad faith. Before you give up and accept Prudential or Unum long term care denials, contact one of our attorneys at 1-800-4INSLAW (1-800-446-7529) for a free initial consultation. We also handle long term disability claims, long term disability appeals, life insurance denials and more. You won't owe us anything unless we can get you benefits.