- Report: #908204
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Complaint Review: AFLAC
AFLAC1932 Wynnton Road Atlanta, Georgia United States of America
AFLAC AFLAC does not pay for injury claims as they advertise on tv! Atlanta, Georgia
*General Comment: Accident Claim
*Consumer Comment: Read your policy!
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Well now AFLAC is once again giving me the run around for another injury claim. I was injured from my lawn mower and was admitted to the hospital. The CT scan showed an enlargement of my spleen. Also, the CT scan happened to show inflammation in my colon. Since this information is also being reported, now AFLAC says "no" to any additional benefits on my Accident Policy. They only paid $120.00 for my Emergency Room visit. I have given them every documentation available, to include CT scan report, Doctor's reports, detailed hospital bill (listing date of admission/discharge). For as much as I have paid in premiums for the last 10 years for the Accident and Hospital Indemnity Policies, I think they could pay the $1,300.00 admission benefit and for two days of confinement.
Once again, I am being penalized because AFLAC wants to find a way not to pay. Lucky for them my CT scan reported something else that I was not aware of or would have gone to the Emergency Room for.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/07/2012 04:13 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/AFLAC/Atlanta-Georgia-/AFLAC-AFLAC-does-not-pay-for-injury-claims-as-they-advertise-on-tv-Atlanta-Georgia-908204. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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