Wrongful Denials of Insurance Benefits

Insurance companies wrongfully deny claims for benefits and refuse to admit when accidental injuries are covered by insurance policies.  Attorneys at McDowell & Osburn, P.A. regularly bring claims against insurance companies that wrongfully deny benefits to accident victims and others who are entitled to insurance benefits for which they paid a premium.  Representative cases include:

  • Insurance company wrongfully denied uninsured motorist benefits claiming daughter struck by drunk driver was not a resident relative of the parent’s household.

  • Insurance company wrongfully denied uninsured motorist coverage to the teenage son of the policy holder when the son was killed in a head-on collision.

  • Insurance carrier wrongfully denied coverage under a fleet policy when the wife of a business owner was killed by a motor vehicle while she was a pedestrian.

  • Insurance carrier wrongfully denied uninsured motorist coverage for daughter who suffered serious facial fractures and a serious leg injury as a passenger in the car owned by her mother.

  • Accidental death benefits wrongfully denied when motorcyclist drove off a road and died striking a tree.

  • Life Insurance benefits wrongfully denied when insured died of cancer within two years of the issuance of the policy.




> Injuries Involving Vehicles

 

> Aviation and
   Airplane Injuries


> Medical Malpractice


> Injuries at Work


> Injuries from Machines
   and Equipment

 

> Recreational Injuries
   and Premises Liability


> Injuries from Dogs


> Injuries Related
   to Alcohol


> Wrongful Denials of    Insurance Benefits