Nov 26, 2019
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People rely on insurance companies for protection of homes and automobiles, for healthcare and life insurance, and to provide retirement savings.
Sometimes insurance companies lie about their coverage or policy benefit to get you to buy it but then violate their agreement or break the law. Insurance policies — and the laws that oversee them — are very complicated. Taking on large, wealthy insurance companies can be difficult. FDPK’s lawyers are experienced in litigating insurance class actions where benefits have been improperly processed, calculated or denied.
We represent those who have been denied benefits under homeowners’ policies, health plans and cancer insurance policies. Our legal professionals represent consumers and borrowers against banks and financial institutions for being charged excessive fees in violation of state and federal law, or for failing to live up to contractual obligations. Courts have appointed the firm’s attorneys to represent large classes of insured individuals whose claims have been improperly processed, calculated, or denied.
Since most people get health insurance through their employers, disputes over medical benefits are usually protected by a federal law governing employee benefits, known as ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act). Our lawyers have successfully litigated ERISA cases involving fiduciary breach and the termination or modification of benefit plans, as well as large and small individual disability, health, pension, 401(k), and severance benefit claim cases.
Feinstein Doyle Payne & Kravec, LLC Partners Joe Kravec and Joel Hurt have successfully resolved class actions that involved medical benefits and insurance. If you believe that you have been harmed by a business, lender or financial institution, contact us and we will evaluate your potential claim, at no cost to you.