Are you a victim of a wrongful denial of an insurance claim in Texas? Were you denied a life insurance, disability, accidental death and dismemberment or even a health insurance claim? Our team is experienced in wrongful denials and will work to win the settlement you are entitled to.
Our Texas insurance lawyers can help if you or a loved have been wrongly denied an insurance claim. Call Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers and speak to The Law Giant at 866-523-4167 or contact us online. We offer free case consultations, so there is no risk in scheduling a time to talk and learning more about your legal options.
Insurance companies will come up with many reasons to deny your claims. It is how they stay in business. They may claim that you misrepresented information on your application. They may claim that you purposefully omitted information in a medical history, or they may even say that your loved one’s cause of death is not covered under their policy.
The wrongful denial lawyers of The Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers will challenge the insurance companies’ decisions to get you the insurance settlement you have paid for. We will work to prove that your insurance denial was unjustified even if it was denied because of common reasons such as the insurer questioning the severity or nature of your disability.
*The outcome of any individual case depends on factors unique to that case. Past case results listed on this website do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.
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As wrongful denial attorneys, The Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers is your legal advocate for fighting denials of the following types of insurance claims:
Our experienced lawyers can fight to dispute various insurance denial reasons so that you receive the coverage you are entitled to. We can show that you did not intentionally misrepresent your medical history, that the death of a loved one was an accident or that the treatment you needed was medically necessary. We are can often decipher confusing insurance policies, so your claim gets approved.