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Florida life insurance interpleader lawyer

It's always a FREE consultation! We are also often open late, and on weekends and holidays to speak with you about your potential case. Complete the form below or call a life insurance attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin now at 800-337-7755 to discuss your Florida life insurance claim.

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Our Florida Life Insurance Attorneys are happy to discuss your life insurance claim

The loss of a loved one is never easy and often brings its own set of unforeseen issues. One common problem that arises from the death of a family member or friend with a Florida life insurance policy is when one or more parties claim to be the beneficiary of the policy. The Florida life insurance company is then forced to deal with two or more competing claims for one life insurance benefit. If the insurance company compensates the wrong person, they run the risk of having double or multiple liabilities under the policy. Instead of taking this risk, most Florida insurance companies will often file an interpleader lawsuit and have the court decide who the rightful beneficiary is.


If you were sued by a life insurance company with an interpleader lawsuit, contact a Florida life insurance attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin today at 800-337-7755 for a free consultation. You may only have a few weeks to respond to the lawsuit or your claim may be barred forever.

Florida life insurance interpleader


Filing an interpleader lawsuit has several advantages for the life insurance company, the main one being that the court will often allow the life insurance company to withdraw from the lawsuit while collecting its attorney fees and costs from the life insurance policy. This leaves the competing parties in a complicated lawsuit and in a rush to  quickly find a qualified lawyer to take their case. Call The Law Offices of Jason Turchin at 800-337-7755 and get a FREE Florida life insurance interpleader lawsuit consultation today.


Some of the reasons that Florida Life Insurance interpleader lawsuits get filed are:
•    The insured person tried to change the beneficiary but something arose and the change did not occur.
•    No beneficiary designation was filed.
•    The insured tried to change the beneficiary designation but died and was not able to submit the change of beneficiary or the insured died in the process of changing the beneficiary.
•    The insured person was divorced but still has the ex-spouse listed as the beneficiary.
•    The insured person is divorced and the life insurance benefit was named property of the ex-spouse by final judgment or settlement agreement but the insured named someone else as the beneficiary instead of the spouse.


The Florida life insurance attorneys at The Law Offices of Jason Turchin have handled many life insurance interpleader cases and are knowledgeable in both Florida state and federal court procedures. Often times, Florida life insurance interpleader cases get filed in federal court due to the amount of money involved or the parties of the case being located in different states. When hiring a Florida Life insurance attorney, you want someone that understands the Florida and Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and has worked on several state and federal cases.  The Law Offices of Jason Turchin have appeared as counsel on numerous federal cases and want to help you or someone you know with their life insurance interpleader case.


We offer a FREE life insurance interpleader case assessment and can be reached by filling out the case form on the top right corner of our website or by calling us at 800-337-7755. We mostly work on a contingency basis and only get paid if you recover money. This means you do not have to pay a retainer or out of pocket money to us unless we win your case. Otherwise, all attorney fees and cost will be waived.

Whether you need a life insurance attorney in federal court in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida, US District Court for the Middle District of Florida, US District Court for the Northern District of Florida, or a life insurance attorney to handle an interpleader in Miami, Ft Lauderdale, Orlando, Pensacola, Tampa, Ft Myers, Key West or anywhere else in Florida, give us a call for a free consultation.

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