Pueblo, CO asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Colorado

Q: Recently an insurance company set me a letter stating that I was the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. It was the

It was the the policy I had for my now deceased husband . We got divorced -- Mar 2018. He wanted the policy back -- I didn't argue. BUT apparently he DID NOT change the beneficiary -- its still me. This ins co has been requesting a lot of stuff, and I have provided it, and they keep stalling on the payment. NOW they said that there is some law about a divorced beneficials and if it is stated somewhere on the decree then I cannot receive it .... My Q: Is this true .

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Insurance Claims Lawyer
  • Little Neck, NY

A: A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One option is to look into a consult with a Colorado attorney who handles life insurance claims. If you have the basis for a claim, which is something that an experienced attorney could better understand after reviewing your divorce decree and the policy itself, it's possible the matter could require litigating. Good luck

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