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FAQ - Critical Illness Insurance Disputes

 
 
A: If you are eligible for critical illness benefits under your policy,the benefits will be paid out to your family in one lump sum.
 
A: Under most policies, a critical illness illness is one that results inthe loss of independence. Cancer, stroke, heart attack, heart surgery,kidney failure, organ transplantation, brain tumor, paralysis, coma,permanent disability, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's Diseases, and MultipleSclerosis may qualify you. Check with your critical illness insurancelawyer to help identify the specific provisions of your contract.
 
A: Critical illness insurance is not based on yourinability to work, whereas disability insurance depends solely on thisresult. The advantage is that qualifying policy holders are able tocollect the full amount of coverage, even if you make a full recovery.
 
A: If your claim has been denied contact us to determine whether your claim has a chance of winning.
 
A: Share Lawyers does not require a down payment or retainer from its critical illness insurance clients. Our lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis, where all costs are covered up front by our firm, and the lawyer collects his or her fee only in the event of a recovery.
 
A: There are time limits to all claims and any delay in proceeding may besubject to a deadline. You should not delay in proceeding with yourclaim or obtaining legal advice to clarify these deadlines.