Appealing A Denied Claim
After suffering a serious injury, many people rely on their insurance coverage to pay their medical bills. However, insurance companies are often more concerned with their own profit than with clients’ well-being, so they deny claims to save money.
Our experienced attorneys at Lipton Law want to help you secure the insurance settlement that you deserve. We regularly represent clients who have been treated unfairly by insurance companies. We always prioritize your needs while we strive for the best possible outcome for you. Our Michigan firm has built a reputation for getting positive results for our clients.
Taking Steps To Secure A Fair Result
You may wonder how an insurance company can justify denying a valid personal injury claim. When you receive a claim rejection, you may feel that you have hit a dead end. However, you do have the right to appeal your denied claim. Your options for filing an appeal include:
- An internal appeal: This is a direct appeal to your insurance company. You can ask it to review and reconsider its decision.
- An external review: You can also request a third party to review your appeal. It will examine the details of both sides and either uphold the insurance company’s decision or approve your appeal.
Our attorneys understand the details of the appeals process, and we can guide you through every step. We can help you collect the evidence to support your appeal and file the proper paperwork correctly.
At Lipton Law, we are dedicated to making your recovery as smooth as possible. If your medical insurer has wrongfully denied your claim, you can rely on our experienced legal team to obtain the financial support you deserve.
Do Not Give Up. We Can Help.
You should not have to endure the physical, emotional and financial tolls of an injury without compensation. Contact us online or call our Southfield office at 248-557-1688 to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys. We will make sure you understand all your options and help you make the best decision for you and your family.