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[FAQ] Why Don’t Insurance Companies Pay The Benefits They Are Suppose To Pay?

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[FAQ] Why Don’t Insurance Companies Pay The Benefits They Are Suppose To Pay?

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Hi, my name is Steve Haskins and I’m an attorney with the law offices of Lucas|Magazine.

We’re asked quite frequently, “Why don’t insurance companies pay the benefits they’re suppose to pay?”

In reality, insurance companies, very often, take a position that is adverse to yours. What does that mean? That means insurance companies are a business designed to make a profit. To do so, they collect insurance premiums and pay out on claims as least amount as they need to.

Obviously, the less they pay out in claims, the more a profit they can reap. If you have any questions about an injury or accident you have been in, please give us a call so we can best help you!”