If an individual with Alzheimer’s is denied their critical illness insurance benefits by their insurance company, how can they fight for their rights given that one of the major symptoms of the disease is memory loss?
They should turn to a trusted friend or family member to assist them in finding expert legal assistance to determine whether they have any grounds to pursue the claim against the insurance company.
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