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Split.jpgCritics of the industry say that when you purchase an insurance policy, all you are really buying is the right to sue. While such a cynical attitude is no doubt unfair, given the vast majority of satisfied policyholders, some lawsuits over claims rejections are inevitable. But should an insurance company be facilitating litigation against its peers? That’s the question following the introduction of coverage for insureds looking to challenge denials.

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