Mark Wolfe of Boteler Richardson Wolfe recently led a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar for Gulf Coast attorneys on Life Insurance Claims. The program was sponsored by the Baldwin County Bar Association as part of their 2020 CLE series and was conducted via Zoom. The program covered a wide range of legal issues regarding life insurance claims including beneficiary disputes, common reasons for denial of benefits and the impact Federal laws and regulations have upon benefit dispute resolution. Wolfe’s presentation included common legal issues that arise in accidental death benefit claims and he also covered a section on the impact of Federal laws and regulations on disputed life insurance claims. If you have questions about life insurance benefits or your claim for life insurance benefits has been denied, call mark today at 251 410-7761 for a free consultation or email him at email@example.com. Mark has over 33 years of legal experience and over the last 20 years he has handled and resolved many life insurance claims and cases. In his legal career Wolfe has taught over 30 CLE seminars for other lawyers and has had numerous law articles published in National and Regional law journals. Click here for a full list of Wolfe’s articles and seminars.
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