Why did my insurance company deny my valid claim for disability benefits?
As the frequency and severity of disabilities and the cost of medical care rises, insurance
companies face losses on disability
policies. Some insurance
companies may choose to ignore the law and do what they can to avoid paying on these policies whenever possible. It is our job at Share Lawyers to call insurance
companies out on their bad faith practices and make sure our clients get the benefits
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