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Our law firm has recently recovered VGLI benefits for a client entangled in a life insurance beneficiary dispute. Our client’s VGLI claim had been denied after a competing claimant filed a claim for the proceeds of the same VGLI policy. The insurance company refused to pay the life insurance proceeds and was preparing to file a lawsuit. Our experienced life insurance lawyer working on the case worked hard on making sure the client’s right to the VGLI benefits was protected. Putting in great effort and dedication paid off when the insurance company issued a check to our client less than a month later. Our life insurance attorney worked zealously to ensure the denied life insurance claim was recovered fast. The client was satisfied with how fast his life insurance claim paid.

 

When two or more people claim entitlement to benefits under Veterans’ Group Life Insurance, a life insurance beneficiary dispute is likely to arise. In a life insurance beneficiary dispute, two or more individuals have legal claims for the same policy proceeds. The insurance company may allow the disputing parties sufficient time to settle the dispute. If this fails, the insurer will most likely file a lawsuit (interpleader). Usually, in an interpleader action, a court holds a hearing and makes a decision about who should get the life insurance benefits.

 

You may wonder why an individual who is not the designated beneficiary on a VGLI policy may have a valid legal claim for VGLI life insurance proceeds. While it is rare that someone other than the designated beneficiary can receive VGLI benefits, these cases do happen. VGLI claims are controlled by the federal statute that preempts any contradictory state law claims. In order to understand how your claim for VGLI benefits can survive a beneficiary dispute, call a life insurance lawyer with experience in VGLI cases. Our law firm is dedicated to helping VGLI beneficiaries and veterans’ family members receive the benefits to which they are entitled under the law.

 

If you are involved in a beneficiary dispute, call our Veterans’ Group Life Insurance attorneys for a free consultation. We have successfully handled many VGLI claim denials and VGLI beneficiary disputes. Our VGLI lawyers have the experience you can trust. Call (888) 510-2212 to see how we can help.

 

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