Victims of Combined Insurance may still have good insurance claims.
Are you are a customer of Combined Insurance?
If you are a customer of Combined Insurance, and you think your claim has been unfairly rejected or your policy cancelled, get expert advice immediately.
Sometimes insurers try to cancel an insurance policy for alleged ‘non-disclosure’, where because the information provided on the insurance application forms was wrong, they do not have to pay out on a claim.
Some issues surrounding Combined Insurance include:
- Insurance salespeople putting incorrect medical and income histories in insurance application forms
- People being moved from another insurer to Combined Insurance
If a customer told an employee or agent of Combined Insurance information about their medical history or income, but that information was not included in the insurance application, Combined Insurance is deemed to know that information. Combined Insurance could not dispute it was not aware, or try to cancel the policy on that basis.
Unfortunately, we see cases like this regularly. They are not limited to Combined Insurance. A report last year by the regulator ASIC found that more than a third of customers received advice so bad it was unlawful.
Any customer of Combined Insurance who is in this situation may still have a good claim, and should seek legal advice.
By working with us we will:
- advise you on whether you have a good case
- lodge a dispute with the insurer against your policy being cancelled, or against your claim being rejected
- if the claim is not paid, take the case to Court.
Our rejected insurance claims lawyers take non-disclosure, insurance fraud, and pre-existing condition cases No-Win No-Fee™ Contact us today.