What is a Request for Information about an Insurance Denial?
Insurance isn't always the easiest thing to figure out, but a Request for Information about an Insurance Denial can get you on the right track. If you can't figure out why you were denied or if you want a more thorough explanation, you have a right to it. Maybe it has something to do with a medical condition or maybe there was a simple issue with your automatic payments that can be fixed. There are a number of reasons why your claim might have been denied and some of those may not be valid. You shouldn't be paying out of pocket for something that should be covered by your insurance. A Request for Information about an Insurance Denial can help you make sure you're getting a fair deal.
When to use a Request for Information about an Insurance Denial:
- Your insurance claim was denied.
- You're planning to challenge the denial.
- Your explanation of benefits was inadequate.
Re: Denial of Insurance Claim
On , a claim was filed with you regarding On , I received notice that the claim was denied.
This notice was received A copy of the notice is attached for your reference. The name of the person who provided the notice is .
I am writing this letter because
Please reconsider your denial of the claim and provide an appropriate explanation.
You may contact me if you have any questions or need additional information. or
I would like to receive a response by .