Archive for August, 2013
In Oklahoma, in 2012, there were more than 15,000 appeal cases for insurance. Writing insurance appeal letters is never fun, but it is often necessary if your provider has decided to deny your medical claim. When this happens, you will need to plead your case. They do not teach you how to do this in school, so here is your chance to learn how to write an appeal letter for insurance.
1. Gather information.
As with any important task, you should do your best to get together all of the important information you might need for your appeal. If you do this, you should be able to organize and write your letter more effectively. Research your policy so that you know all about the contract you signed. Once you are better informed about your own policy, you can present the facts with accuracy.