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What to do if an insurance company tries to rescind your policy

By William M. Shernoff

In their efforts to cut costs, insurance companies are increasingly likely to cancel your policy when you file a claim - rather than pay out - especially if the coverage is for a large sum. From Personal Advantage.

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How to avoid trouble with your health insurer and get claims paid in full and on time

By William M. Shernoff

American insurance policyholders are more likely to have problems with medical insurance claims than with any other type of insurance. From Personal Advantage.

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How not to be devastated by your insurance company

By William M. Shernoff

Though your home will probably never be blown away by storms as violent and destructive as hurricanes Andrew and Iniki, it is likely to be damaged by a lesser disaster. From Personal Advantage.

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When to sue your insurance company

By William M. Shernoff

Policyholders pay insurance premiums for good faith protection against financial loss...and insurance companies are obligated to show good faith in their dealings with policyholders by delivering what has been paid for. From Personal Advantage.

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Insurance traps that can effectively cancel your insurance coverage

By William M. Shernoff

According to law, exclusion clauses must be plain, clear and conspicuous - or they may not hold up in court. But insurance policies are tricky. From Personal Advantage.

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How to challenge an insurance company that refuses your legitimate claim

By William M. Shernoff

About 10% of all insurance claims are unjustly denied. But fewer than 1% of people making insurance claims even question their insurer when their claim is refused. From Personal Advantage.

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What to do about preexisting medical conditions

By William M. Shernoff

At one time only serious ailments were grounds for refusal of coverage…but no more. From Bottom Line.

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How to file airtight theft or damage claims

By William M. Shernoff

Your homeowner's policy should insure your home, real property and personal possessions against losses from theft, fire or other misfortune. And it should also cover your legal liability if someone in your family accidentally injures another person or damages someone else's property. From Personal Advantage.

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How to get your insurance claims paid the first time

By William M. Shernoff

Whenever you file an insurance claim, the person who decides if, when, and How much you will be paid is the claims adjuster, not the agent or salesperson with whom you usually do business. From Personal Advantage.

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What to do when your insurance company refuses to pay your lawful claim

By William M. Shernoff

When you buy an insurance policy, you are purchasing protection for yourself, your family and your possessions. But now, in too many cases the check never gets there. From Bottom Line.

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