My mother passed away due to complications from liposuction surgery. I
am her life insurance beneficiary, but I have been denied the benefit
monies because the insurance company says it does not cover death
caused by cosmetic treatment or surgery. Is there anything I can do?
that you have a copy of the actual policy and review the clause that
they are relying upon. Often the clauses
are open to interpretation and you should have the policy wording
reviewed by a lawyer experienced in dealing with life insurance claims.
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