Having insurance should give you the peace of mind that you will receive financial security in case of property damage, disability or loss of a family member. However, you may find that when the time comes to file a claim, you will not receive the coverage you expected.
Insurance bad faith is a legal claim practiced in the United States, and describes a tort claim a person can have against an insurance company for bad or unfair acts. In Florida, this law allows an individual to recover damages from insurers for various reasons. Typically, this type of law helps settle a claim in good faith that the insurer should have initially carried out.
Many elderly people need assistance with daily tasks as they get older, and this is especially true if the individual in question suffers from memory loss or other health problems. Long-term care is the right solution for many families, but it can be prohibitively expensive. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, it can cost as much as $205 a day to stay in a nursing home.
While the care that you can expect to receive from any of the hospitals and clinics in Jacksonville is among the best in the world, it may come at a step price. That may be why receiving a denial notice from your health insurance company can be so disheartening. One of the more common reasons why medical claims are denied is because insurers deem that the procedures performed were not medically necessary. Here at Tyler & Hamilton, P.A., we’ve had several clients come to us wondering if such a decision can be appealed.