The Denial Letter
Once a claim is denied, the insured no longer need comply with the conditions of the policy. He or she need not submit a sworn proof of loss nor respond to requests for records or an examination under oath. Therefore, an insurer should not make the decision to deny a claim until the investigation is completed.
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