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Denied claim leaves homeowner without a wall

Buying a house is about so much more than just securing a roof over one's head. When someone buys a house, he or she is actually buying a home. Washington homeowners also understand the importance of protecting their homes by purchasing homeowners' insurance. But putting down roots and cultivating family memories under the same roof for years on end is a lot harder when insurance companies refuse to help policyholders when disaster strikes. Here is just one example of how a denied claim can impact someone who needs help.

Insurance law: Securing disability benefits for mental illnesses

Mental illnesses are not always well understood or even easy to recognize. This makes it hard for Washington residents who cannot work because of their mental health problems. When it comes to securing Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance, those living with mental illnesses often face an uphill battle against insurance law.

Washington insurers fined for violating insurance law

Doctors spend years studying medicine and dedicate their lives to caring for patients. These medical professionals understand their patients' medical needs far more than any insurance company ever could, and yet those companies often interfere with people's access to treatment. This is sadly not uncommon, and three Washington insurance companies were even recently fined for breaking insurance law multiple times.

Insurance company keeps denying claims for child's care

Insurance companies like to act as though medical treatments are more of an optional choice instead of the absolute necessity that they are. They clearly demonstrate this attitude by denying claims for patients who desperately need care. This not only puts a tremendous financial burden on people in Washington, but it also jeopardizes their health and financial situations.