This law pertains to insurance policies, insurance claims, as well as regulations and rates. This is a very specific type of law that covers what insurance companies can or cannot do for its policyholders, potential or otherwise: Who insurance companies can turn away from coverage, the type of insurance a company can offer, knowing whether an insurance company is utilizing misleading clauses and titles on policies, or whether the insurance company is denying a claim in an unreasonable manner.

For both attorneys and clients, Transmith T&I’s experience in translating and interpreting for insurance cases helps reassure that your linguistic needs are in good hands. A language barrier should not prevent your client from understanding, for instance, the relevant details of a litigation regarding an insurance company’s insufficient PIP insurance policy, or what a homeowners’ insurance policy can and cannot cover in case of water damage or a lightning strike.

Examples of insurance law cases where Transmith T&I’s experience may be useful to you include:

  • (Life insurance) Family member contesting life insurance beneficiary designation following a relative’s death
  • (Disability insurance) Client seeking benefits due, yet denied, under disability income insurance policy
  • Insurance company sued for refusal to pay an individual’s claim without investigating
  • Insurance company sued for failure to deny or pay a claim within a reasonable period of time