Our top SGLI lawyers resolve cases nationwide. We fight and win.
If your SGLI claim was denied, we will fight for you.
Most lawyers don’t know the law with respect to SGLI claims, but we do.
It is important that you don’t delay, and that you call us today.
Our lawyers have resolved hundreds of denied SGLI claims.
We can fight any denied SGLI claim and we can fight any beneficiary dispute.
Typical reasons for a denied SGLI claim:
One example of SGLI claim denial is when the insured is not eligible for SGLI coverage. Another example is when there is a dispute or a contest over who is the beneficiary of the policy. A third example is when there is no beneficiary designation on record.
A SGLI claim may be denied if the insured fails to pay the premiums, convert to VGLI coverage, or switch to a commercial policy after leaving the service. The claim may also be denied if the insured submits incorrect forms or makes incorrect changes to the beneficiary information. Additionally, the claim may be denied if there is a reduction in coverage due to certain circumstances.
Some reasons for SGLI claim denial are related to the status of the insured at the time of death. These include being AWOL, confined, or refusing to serve as a conscientious objector. The claim may also be denied if the insured is convicted of serious crimes or has an error in their marital status. Furthermore, the claim may be denied if there is a clerical error by the service branch or the VA.
Our SGLI lawyers fight denials and win.
Our SGLI lawyers will resolve your SGLI claim quickly.
We can expedite any SGLI claim delay.
Typical reasons why SGLI life insurance claims are delayed:
One reason for SGLI claim delay is when there is no beneficiary designation on record. Another reason is when there is a beneficiary dispute between different claimants. A third reason is when the claim forms are submitted incorrectly or incompletely.
A SGLI claim may be delayed if the military branch or the VA fails to provide information in a timely manner. The claim may also be delayed if the insured did not name a beneficiary or changed it without proper documentation. Additionally, the claim may be delayed if there is a conflict over the beneficiary among the family members or other parties.
Some factors that may cause SGLI claim delay are related to the beneficiary information. These include having no beneficiary specified, having a disputed beneficiary, or having an incorrectly submitted beneficiary form. Another factor that may cause delay is the lack of information from the military or the VA about the insured’s status or coverage
SGLI claims are subject to strict federal laws with respect to divorce, and we know how to get these claims paid.
Our SGLI lawyers have won countless SGLI cases, and it is important that you contact us today to discuss.