Last week, our blog began discussing just how distressing it can be for individuals and families dealing with serious injuries or life-threatening illnesses to learn that the insurance company has denied coverage for their major medical event.
In the unfortunate event you or a loved one are involved in a serious accident or diagnosed with a major illness, your foremost concern is always securing the best medical care possible. Indeed, you probably derive considerable comfort from believing that your health insurance will help defray some of the inevitably enormous medical expenses.
Last week, our blog began discussing how even though people might understandably feel powerless when dealing with insurance companies, which have seemingly inexhaustible resources at their disposal, they should nevertheless derive comfort from the fact that they are extended considerable rights and protection under the law.
Whether most people realize it or not, there are certain entities that they are not only wary of interacting with, but which also cause them to feel a certain powerlessness in the event of any conflict. While regulatory agencies or law enforcement agencies certainly fit this category, so too do certain corporate enterprises, such as credit card companies and, of course, insurance companies.