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Life Insurance Claim Denied? Fight it!

The only thing worse than losing a loved one is receiving a denial of life insurance benefits from corrupt insurance companies. These companies only care about their profit. They don't care about you and don't want to pay out on the policy.

The worst part is that insurers will lie to avoid paying the life insurance claim because they know that you may not be prepared to take on a fight during the grieving process. When people lose a loved one, the last thing they want to think about is fighting for a life insurance benefit that's been denied.

That's where Elkind & Shea come in. Our success is attributable to Scott Elkind's educational background, which includes a B.S. in Biology and a Masters in Forensic Sciences. Many life insurance claim denials are based on medical and/or forensic-related issues and they can be overturned by producing the appropriate information to the insurer. If not, then the insurer can see all of us in court.

Elkind & Shea is not only known for our knowledge, but also for our tenacity. "No" is not a fair or sufficient answer when it comes to you claiming the life insurance benefits. If the insurance company has denied your life insurance claim, Elkind & Shea is the right weapon to fight for your rights. We specialize in stomping insurance companies that wrongfully deny life insurance claims.




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