Claims Against MetLife Insurance Company
The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, commonly referred to as MetLife, established a leadership position among U.S. life insurance providers in the early 20th century. Today its corporate website describes the company as a “global life insurance and employee benefits powerhouse,” with millions of customers around the world.
MetLife markets a wide range of life insurance, disability insurance, long-term care insurance and other types of policies and coverage. The company provides and manages group plans governed by the federal law ERISA as well as individual policies subject to state insurance laws.
Taking Action To Obtain Benefits For Victims Of Unfair Claim Handling Practices
Like other major life and disability insurance companies, MetLife has been the subject of many inquiries and extensive litigation involving unfair claim denials, delays and other unlawful practices that deprive policyholders of their rightful benefits. At Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, our lawyers are dedicated to seeking justice and compensation for victims of:
- Wrongful life insurance claim denials and delays, as well as retroactive life insurance policy cancellations once claims are filed
- Problems with long-term care insurance policies the company sold prior to recently abandoning this market sector
- Long-term disability (LTD) and short-term disability (STD) claim denials involving either a group plan or privately purchased disability policy
A dedicated attorney at Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, will carefully analyze your policy, health condition and other circumstances to determine the best course of action in your quest to obtain the benefits you deserve.
Turn To Us For Extensive Knowledge Of Disability And Life Insurance Litigation
If you believed your income and future were protected under a MetLife insurance policy, but you have filed a claim and received a denial or encountered other problems, we encourage you to call our San Francisco office at (415) 433-8000 or contact us for a free case evaluation.