What Every Disability Policy Holder Needs to Know About a Form Selection Clause And Insurance
Many disability insurance companies will write their insurance policies to provide that any claim or action has to be filed in a specific district.
For example, it could be a district court that is not particularly favorable to ERISA disability policy holders.
The general rule is that a “form selection” clause in the disability plan or policy will govern where a lawsuit should be filed.
What If There Isn’t Form Selection Clause In My Disability Policy?
Under the Federal Rules of Procedure, the court will look to a number of factors including where the principal place of business the disability insurance company is located and where the Plaintiff/policy holder resides.
What Should I Do If My Insurance Claim Is Denied?
Call disability attorney Nancy L. Cavey, at 727-894-3188 for a complimentary consultation to learn more about your rights to disability insurance benefits and whether it’s time to file suit to get the disability benefits you and your family deserve. She can help you regardless of where you live in the United States.