Legal Advice for Insurance Benefits — 28 results
Written by attorney Stephen Mendel, over 3 years ago.
If you are currently planning for the possibility of entering a nursing home and having to rely on Medicaid to help pay your nursing home expenses, one estate planning issue you need to... more
Written by attorney Joe Queen, 4 months ago.
This guide provides a few quick tips on how you can win your appeal of denied insurance benefits. What type of insurance? You can insure just about anything. You can insure your health and... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Portner, 4 months ago.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is an auto insurance coverage for lost wages, medical bills, and other expenses that result from personal injuries suffered in an auto accident in Maryland.... more
Written by attorney John S. Hoyt III, about 5 years ago.
Gather information Be careful to collect the claim number, claim office, claim representative (including telephone number), date of denial, and any and all other SPECIFIC information to... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Baxter, over 5 years ago.
Avoids Inclusion of Life Insurance Proceeds in Insured's Gross Estate The goal of an ILIT is to remove the life insurance proceeds from the insured's gross estate for federal estate tax... more
Written by attorney Guy DiMartino, almost 6 years ago.
Introduction The most important action a driver in Florida can take to protect oneself is to purchase adequate automobile insurance. Generally, insurance has two main purposes. First, it... more
Written by attorney Jared E Everton, over 3 years ago.
A life insurance policy is a contract. When an individual dies within two years of the policys inception, the insurance company will automatically challenge the contract. The insurance... more
Written by attorney Carl Maltese, about 1 year ago.
The benefits that motor vehicle accident victims are entitled to receive from their No-Fault Insurance Carrier Hospital and Medical Bills if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident the... more
Written by attorney James Monaghan, almost 2 years ago.
Under Section 306(a) of the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act you are entitled to total disability benefits at the rate of 2/3 your pre-injury average weekly wage. This is subject to a... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, over 2 years ago.
Attorney Eric Meyer graciously highlighted a recent case out of Pennsylvania involving a retaliation claim under Title VII involving an employer who opposed a former employee's claim for... more
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