Maplewood, NJ asked in Employment Law for New Jersey

Q: Do I have a legal case here? How can a claim be denied after paying the premiums for 2 years?

My husband paid premium into supplemental life insurance through his employer for almost 2 years. He passed away Sept, 2017. His employer did confirm on paper about his supplemental life insurance. But when I claimed it, insurance company denying it because of missing (?) EOI. His employer did deduct the premium from his paycheck for almost 2 years and up until his last paycheck. His employer says sorry for the oversight.

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Andrew S. Abramson
Andrew S. Abramson
  • Blue Bell, PA
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Yes, facts that you detail could very well form the basis for a claim for the amount of the life insurance but a few more details are need. Please free to contact our office to set up a consultation. Andrew Abramson


Andrew S. Abramson, Esq.

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