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Unlawful Mandatory Allotment Under The Military Lending Act

Unlawful Mandatory Allotment Under The Military Lending Act A mandatory military allotment is disguised to help servicemembers, dependents, and military families. In reality, military families are often exploited through mandatory military allotment. Once a military family registers a creditor/lender with DFAS and allows for military allotment,...

What Are Your Rights Under The Military Lending Act?

What Are Your Rights Under The Military Lending Act? The Military Lending Act (MLA) provides special financial consumer protection for active duty servicemembers, and their dependents and families. The MLA is a Federal law that protects servicemembers and military families from predatory lending practices regarding interest rates, loans, fees,...

Common Reasons For Interpleader In Life Insurance Claims

Common Reasons For Interpleader In Life Insurance Claims When a dispute arises from multiple parties making a claim for the same life insurance benefits, the life insurance company may find many reasons for interpleader action or lawsuit to require a court to determine the owner of the life insurance proceeds. An interpleader lawsuit is filed by...

Who Receives a Life Insurance Policy if There’s No Beneficiary named?

Who Receives A Life Insurance Policy If There's No Beneficiary Named? If your loved one is the insured of a life insurance policy and has passed away, the life insurance company will begin to determine who may be entitled to policy proceeds if a policy fails to name or designate a beneficiary. If a policy owner does not designate a beneficiary on...

What Happens If a Minor Is a Named Beneficiary of a Life Insurance Policy?

What Happens If A Minor Is A Named Beneficiary Of A Life Insurance Policy? One of the main reasons that a family purchases life insurance is for the future financial security of your loved ones. When purchasing life insurance, you will be asked to name a beneficiary or multiple beneficiaries on the life insurance application. A beneficiary is...

What To Do If Your Life Insurance Claim Is Denied Due To Exclusions?

What To Do If Your Life Insurance Claim Is Denied Due To Exclusions? Life insurance policies are designed for individuals to provide financial security to their family and loved ones in the event of their death. However, many life insurance policies will exclude coverage for certain types of death, and then use those exclusions to later deny your...
The Reasons for Your TSGLI Denials – ADL Loss

The Reasons for Your TSGLI Denials – ADL Loss

TSGLI applications can get denied for many reasons. Some of the most common seem to revolve around the loss of activities of daily living (ADL). Typically, if a service member files a TSGLI claim for a loss of limb or severe injury, their TSGLI claim may be paid without the need for reconsideration and/or appeals. Unfortunately, one of the more difficult qualifying losses to prove revolves around ADLs.

Are You Eligible For A TSGLI Claim?

Are You Eligible For A TSGLI Claim?

Are You Eligible For A TSGLI Claim?TSGLI (also known as Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance Traumatic Injury Protection) provides short-term financial support to help eligible service members recover from a severe injury. If you were covered by...

Life Insurance 101

Life Insurance 101

Life Insurance 101 When your loved one passes away, the last thing you want to think about is their life insurance policy. The life insurance claim process can be sad, frustrating, and intimidating. When a family member dies, the financial...

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