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What should I know about appealing a denied claim? Pt. 2

In a recent post, we shared some basics about appealing a health insurance claim denial. We covered some of the common reasons why a health insurance provider might deny a claim. If you have been told, for example, that a treatment isn't covered because it isn't medically necessary but your doctor will argue it is, then you may have a valid reason to appeal. 

What should I know about appealing a denied claim? Pt. 1

As many debates as there are regarding health care in the U.S. right now, just about everyone can agree on one health insurance matter. When your insurance company denies to cover a claim that you know should be covered, it can feel like a punch in the gut. 

Use awareness effort as push to consider your hearth health risk

Last Friday was what has become known as National Wear Red Day. For 15 years now, women across the country have become more and more aware of the heart disease risks that are so real to them through the awareness campaign.

Do common homeowners insurance claims hit home with you? Pt. 2

In a recent post on this insurance law blog, we began listing some of the most common reasons why people file homeowners insurance claims. Most people think of weather-related damage that occurs to a home, as well as issues such as plumbing problems. 

An introduction to earthquake insurance in Oklahoma

Over recent years, many Oklahomans have experienced a lot in the way of environmental events, but perhaps none of them have the immediate impact and shock of an earthquake. An unfortunate reality for many Oklahomans has been getting more accustomed to geologic activity, but many people do not know they are not as prepared as they think they are.

When insurers deny claims for hail damage

Roof damage from hail is incredibly common in Oklahoma. Unfortunately, it is also fairly common for insurance companies to deny claims when families claim coverage for the damages to their home. Oftentimes, these denials are made in "bad faith," meaning the insurance company should not legally have reason to deny your coverage. Do not try to shoulder the cost of home repair just because your claim was denied. Here's what you should do instead.

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