Double Indemnity Agreement

Here are some common exceptions to the coverage of a double right to compensation: however, insurers sometimes try to reject double claims in order to avoid additional payments that may actually be due. If you or someone you know has been denied a double claim by an insurer, contact us today to see how we can help. As a result, double compensation agreements are often a central part of certain illegal actions regarding death and legal rights. The existence of a dual right to compensation can sometimes have an impact on how damages are awarded to survivors in the event of unlawful death. Very often, this additional payment will be double or even three times higher than the amount provided by the policy. Similarly, an insurer could refuse to pay double compensation because it believes that the accidental death is the result of its own negligence or intoxication of the insured. Having a lawyer who understands what is considered an accidental death and what is not can significantly improve your chances of paying your double right to compensation. Double compensation does not cover natural death or death due to natural causes such as aging or health status, suicide and gross negligence. It thus covers the murder of insured persons committed by a person other than the beneficiary of the policy and accidents, for example.

B car accidents. Managing the consequences of a loved one`s death is a challenge and navigating through an insurance application with double compensation and the resulting rejection can make things worse. Since his arrival, Ken has collaborated with a wide range of talented lawyers, lawyers and law students to make LegalMatch`s Law Library a comprehensive source of legal information accessible to all. Prior to joining LegalMatch, Ken worked as an attorney in San Francisco, California for four years, and handled a wide range of cases in areas as varied as family law (divorces, custody and assistance, injunctions, paternity), real estate (real estate, rental/lease litigation for residential and commercial real estate), criminal law (misdemeanors, misdemeanors, teenagers, traffic offenses), personal injury (car accidents, medical malpractice, skidding and trapping), entertainment (registration contracts, copyright and trademark registrations, license agreements), labor law (wage claims, discrimination, sexual harassment), commercial law and contracts (breach of contract), San Francisco bankruptcy (Chapter 7 Private Bankruptcies). . . .