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What are my rights in Oklahoma, if the insurance company denied my claim?

When your insurance company denies your claim, your rights are determined by your contract with the company – your insurance policy – and …

Answered by Kenneth G. Cole, 2 years ago

What can I do if my insurance company denies my claim in California?

You may be able to sue your insurance company. If an insurance company breaches its promise and fails to honor its contract, you have the right to …

Answered by Lee S. Harris, 2 years ago

Why do you need a top-notch ERISA lawyer to handle your long-term disability or life insurance claim in Michigan?

Short answer: Because you want a reasonable chance of navigating all of the ERISA hurdles and getting your claim paid.  If you got your …

Answered by Robert June, 3 years ago

Can I sue my insurance company in Oklahoma?

Yes. An insurance company is obligated to deal with its policyholders in good faith. Most insurance companies are motivated by profits. They …

Answered by Neal E. Stauffer, 3 years ago

How much is my claim worth in Oklahoma?

Every claim is personal to you. No two claims are alike. There is no formula that fairly calculates how much a claim is worth. A claim for …

Answered by Neal E. Stauffer, 3 years ago

Can I Sue My Auto Insurance Company In Nevada?

Yes. In Nevada, auto insurance companies owe a fiduciary duty and a duty of good faith and fair dealing to their insured — that means you. If …

Answered by Brian K. Harris, 3 years ago

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