State Farm Universal Life Insurance Overpayment
Generally, as adolescence blooms into adulthood there are many different decisions we are faced with making. One of these decisions is whether or not to buy life insurance. Your income level, living situation, and family commitments, however, may dictate your policy details and exactly when you do so choose to enroll yourself in a policy. Regardless of the situation, though, you must be wary of certain overpayment schemes that are out there. Many of the companies that offer life insurance may also be overcharging you routinely.
It’s been reported to us that the popular insurance company, State Farm, is allegedly following through with this practice. Being that the company casts such a wide net and has so many customers, this issue may be larger than you think.
Feel You’re Overpaying? Fear Not!
The law firm of Kaliel PLLC has announced that they are investigating this matter, and are here to help.
If you have purchased a State Farm Universal Life Insurance Policy between 1982 and 2004, you might have a legal claim. These attorneys are investigating whether State Farm was illegally overcharging consumers for Universal Life Insurance Policies sold between these aforementioned years. If you have purchased a State Farm Universal Life Insurance Policy during the relevant time frame in the following states: Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Indiana, or Ohio, please contact the firm today for a free consultation.
Kaliel PLLC can be reached at the following options:
Directly by email:
Jeffrey Kaliel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Gold – email@example.com
Directly by phone: (202) 350-4783
If you need any help contacting the firm, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We can be reached through email at Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com.
Editor’s note on the State Farm Life Insurance Overpayment Claims:
This piece is written about the recently discussed State Farm Universal Life Insurance Overpayment issues. For more information, please shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from all of you. Please note that this investigation piece has been sponsored by Kaliel PLLC and Consider The Consumer has received compensation for such sponsorship.
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