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When you make a claim to an insurance company you have paid every month for years, you expect that your claim will be processed in a timely manner and the benefits owed to you will be paid. However, some insurance companies act in bad faith and don't honor their end of the agreement. Here's signs your insurance company may be acting in bad faith and what you can do about it. 

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Dogs are generally friendly animals, but there are exceptions to every rule. Some dogs can be vicious and attack without warning, causing serious and debilitating injuries. In cases of children or elderly individuals being bitten, the risk of critical injury and death goes up. Here's how to handle a dog bite injury claim if you or a loved one were bitten or attacked by a dog.

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https://protectingyou.com/blog/insurance-denials/face-life-Losing a loved one is difficult enough without the burden of receiving a denial of your family member's life insurance. Having a life insurance claim denied can feel like a slap in the face and you may feel like you have nowhere left to go. It's important to not back down after receiving a denial -- you have the option to appeal the denial and pursue the matter in a higher court. Here's what you need to know.

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Mold is something that every homeowner fears and many come face to face with. Mold damage can be expensive to fix, and homeowner's insurance companies are becoming more reluctant to cover expenses related to mold. Here's what you need to know about mold and homeowner's insurance, and what to do if you have submitted a claim to your insurance company that has been denied. 

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As a homeowner, you expect things to go wrong. You might need a new hot water heater if yours goes out in the middle of winter, or you might need to replace your roof sooner than you thought if it gets a leak. These are issues that most homeowners are prepared for. However, there are other issues homeowners need to be aware of, particularly what will happen if someone is injured on your property. Here's what you need to know and how an attorney can help you.

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Having your insurance claim denied can come as a shock, however, many insurance companies are dishonest and find means to refuse claim resolutions rather than pay them. These unethical practices can include compelling you to wait and making unreasonable demands, in hopes that you'll finally give up and accept the denial. Here's what you need to know about your rights after having your insurance claim denied.

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Having a disability claim denied can come as a shock, especially when you feel as though you are truly disabled and you are in need of benefits as soon as possible. The first step after a denial is to find out why your claim was denied. On what basis did they decide you were not eligible? Here are the most common reasons claims are denied and what you can do to appeal a denial.

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When your home has been involved in a flood, you can lose most, if not all, of your possessions. Not only do these have sentimental value that you can never get back, they also have monetary value that would cost thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars to replace. If you've filed a flood insurance claim, you might be shocked at receiving a denial letter. Here's your next step.

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If your building was damaged in some way, or you or someone else were injured in your building, you may need to file a building insurance claim. This can sometimes be complicated, especially without the assistance of a skilled attorney who is familiar with the insurance world. Here's what you need to know about how to file a building insurance claim.

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Having your home damaged in a fire can be devastating, even if your family and pets were unharmed. The next step is filing a fire damage claim with your homeowner's insurance, which can be a daunting and frustrating process, especially when you little to no possessions left after the fire. Here are some things to keep in mind as you work with your insurance company on a fire damage claim.
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