Deciding On A Tactical Move – Should You Appeal A Long-Term Disability Claim?

Insurance companies do not like to acknowledge an appeal, but all such companies have come up with an interesting means for covering up their hesitancy to grant any appeals. Each such money-making enterprise expresses a willingness to handle appeals internally. Yet, despite such an expression of willingness, in reality, few of those same appeals ever get overturned. Read More

A Close Look At The Role of The Deductible In An Insurance Claim

All taxpayers understand the meaning of a deduction. By listing deductions on a tax form, a taxpaying citizen can deduct from (take away from) the amount that he or she owes in taxes. When an insurance company has determined what it will make in the way of deductions, the policy holder that has made a claim has to pay a deductible. The deductible is a fixed amount. That amount represents what must be paid the insurance company before any claimed compensation can get delivered to the policy holder that has claimed it. Read More