Lawyers in our firm’s Consumer Fraud Section are investigating reports of consumers having various dental services denied coverage under their dental insurance policies. Essentially, when the nation transitioned into the new health care system (Obamacare) every American had the option to either sign up under a government-sponsored health insurance plan or obtain a new plan from a private insurance company. It appears that insurance companies have placed a waiting period in these new policies for various dental procedures. The waiting periods vary on the type of dental services sought. For example, basic services including filings, crowns or extractions have a waiting period of six months while major services have a waiting period of 12 months.
Lawyers in the Consumer Fraud Section at Beasley Allen are interested in speaking with anyone who has been denied coverage for a dental procedure by their private insurance because of these waiting periods. If you have any information or have been denied coverage for a service under your dental insurance policy and would like to speak with a lawyer on this subject, contact Andrew Brashier, a lawyer in the Section, at Andrew.Brashier@beasleyallen.com, or at 800-898-2034 or 334-269-2343.
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