Did You Lose Your Life Insurance Because of Non-Payment of Premium? You May Qualify for the Life Insurance Wrongful Cancellation Lawsuit Investigation
Losing your California life insurance and being denied a claim for benefits due to unpaid premiums can be stressful. However, California laws eliminated the possibility of termination of certain life policies.
California laws also disallowed the denial of benefits for consumers because a missed payment before certain warnings or notices is sent and before the expiration of certain grace periods.
If your California Life Insurance has been canceled due to non-payment of premium, you may contact us today for help on getting involved!Contact Us
California Laws: Invalid Cancellation of Insurance Policies
Despite the California laws being passed in 2013, the courts discovered that some insurance companies failed to follow these laws. With the California laws, these companies’ attempts to cancel policies or deny benefits is invalid.
The Life Insurance Wrongful Cancellation Lawsuit Investigation asserts that thousands of Californians lost their insurance policies without grace periods and no proper notifications. Due to this, consumers who suffered from this mishap may be entitled to a legal remedy.
Do you believe that your life insurance policy was wrongfully canceled due to nonpayment of premium? Or were you denied benefits of a life insurance policy? You may have a claim, talk to us and learn more.
Editor’s note on the California Life Insurance Wrongful Cancellation Lawsuit Investigation:
This article is written to educate you about the California Life Insurance Wrongful Cancellation Lawsuit Investigation. If you have suffered insurance policy cancellation or denial of benefits due to non-payment of premium, we urge you to contact us today!
If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the article above, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.Contact Us
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