A New York and New Jersey Lawyer Who Represents Policyholders and Beneficiaries in Life Insurance Denial Cases

The WSJ published an article that discusses the different methods of life insurance payouts. I have written in this blog on this particular issue, which has also been covered by some major news outlets. 

The crux of the issue is whether it is unfair for life insurance companies to issue checkbooks for life insurance payouts, rather than a single lump-sum check. In most cases it is, since the insurance company is getting a cut of the interest through its own investment of the money. Why should a life insurance company be making any money off funds that should be paid out to the customer?

In any case, the WSJ piece is in a question and answer format and explores these issues.

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