Health Insurance Dispute Attorneys in Silver Spring, MD
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Health Insurance Dispute Lawyers in Ellicott City, Silver Spring & Bethesda, MD

If you’re suffering from an injury or illness and have learned that your medical expenses aren’t covered, the experienced attorneys of Andalman & Flynn may be able to help. Our lawyers assist individuals who have substantial bills for physical or mental health treatment that have been denied by the insurance company, or who have been denied treatment that’s recommended by their physician. Medical insurance companies may cause a dispute to arise for a number of reasons, including:

  • Denials of coverage for services rendered
  • Refusal to authorize a procedure or treatment
  • We believe that everyone should have access to the medical procedures and services they need. Our experienced healthcare litigation lawyers will defend your right to coverage and/or reimbursement for reasonable and necessary treatment.

    Give us a call at (301) 563-6685 or contact one of our attorneys online to schedule a consultation.

    How Are Medical Insurance Disputes Resolved?

    A seasoned lawyer has several avenues at his or her disposal to attempt to settle a health insurance dispute. Your health insurance policy needs to be carefully reviewed first to determine the procedures that must be followed to ensure that coverage is provided.

    The next step is usually to contact your health insurance company. In some cases, by submitting additional documentation, the claim may be approved. If a denial of coverage is still made, your attorney will often be able to file an administrative appeal, and submit additional evidence and argument to resolve the dispute. If the appeal does not provide a satisfactory result, the lawyer may represent a client with a health insurance dispute in court. In order to minimize their potential losses, healthcare companies sometimes include arbitration clauses in their contracts. These clauses require consumers to submit their claims to arbitration, in which a third-party arbitrator has the power to decide the case.

    If your health insurance carrier has denied medical expenses or treatment that’s covered by your policy, it’s time to put the legal acumen of Andalman & Flynn to work for you.

    If you are disabled and have been denied necessary medical treatments or services, it’s important that you act quickly in order to protect your legal rights. Please contact us today or give us a call at (301) 563-6685 to schedule a consultation with our healthcare dispute attorneys in Bethesda, Silver Spring, or Ellicott City.

    Health Insurance Dispute FAQs

    What kind of lawyer do I need to sue my insurance company in Maryland?

    If you’ve been denied an insurance claim following a personal injury in Maryland, don’t hesitate to secure a personal injury or insurance coverage attorney to help fight your case. While an insurance company might initially deny your claim, they may change course after realizing how serious you are about fighting your case. Even if you’re found partially at fault for your accident, a knowledgeable personal injury attorney will be able to help you recover the damages you’re owed.

    What does an insurance coverage attorney do?

    An insurance coverage attorney is a lawyer that specializes in legal matters related to insurance laws and regulations. When you’ve been denied a claim, have experienced insurance fraud, or have been a victim of bad faith insurance practices, an insurance coverage attorney can help resolve the matter and reach a solution that best meets your needs.

    Contact the insurance coverage attorneys at Andalman & Flynn to learn more about how our services can help you.

    What do I do if my health insurance won’t pay for my medical bills?

    In Maryland, it’s not uncommon for personal injury victims to be denied their claims if they have been found to be partially at fault for their injury. This is known as the “contributory negligence” rule, which is an old-fashioned rule that makes it difficult for victims to recover damages even when they are only partially to blame. As a result, insurance companies can argue that since you were partially to blame for your accident, they can’t provide coverage for your medical expenses. Do not be tricked into believing this is the end of the road for you: A knowledgeable insurance coverage attorney can help fight the insurance company’s decision and ensure you receive the coverage you’re owed.

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