Our customer support staff helps beneficiaries through the life insurance claim process.
Congrats on making the wise choice to get a term life insurance policy. You should be proud of yourself. It’s an important step towards achieving your financial goals. You’ve set your beneficiaries, set your coverage amount and you’re ready to rock. But have you considered how your insurer will interact with your loved ones if you died? Or what the life insurance claims process even looks like? If you haven’t filed a claim before, it may be a bit confusing to think about.
Enter Wysh. We’ve revamped the way life insurance companies think about their policyholders. “How?” you may be asking yourself. It’s through the power of our customer support team, aka WYSH GRANTERS! They’re skilled reps that can help your loved ones go through the claims process as smoothly as possible. If you’ve ever asked the question, “how to claim life insurance after death?” then let’s explore what your family can expect and how our Wysh Granters can help.
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- How to file a life insurance claim
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How to file a life insurance claim
The death of a loved one can be hard. To manage the loss while also taking care of the day-to-day things can be a lot for some to bear. That’s not including dealing with the leftover debts that you may incur as a beneficiary. It’s not always a pleasant process. But if you’re a beneficiary making a life insurance claim on someone’s policy, there are some steps you’ll have to take.
Once you’ve notified the life insurance company of your loved one’s death, you’ll have to gather copies of the death certificate for things like gaining access to financial accounts, contacting service utilities and others. For Wysh claims specifically, the death certificate will suffice. You can also supply the policy number of the insured and proof of identity (driver’s license, passport, etc.) in addition.
All in all, the claims process is just that—a process. It can be easier for some and not so easy for others. Which is why we believe that our Wysh Granters team is a wonderful way to make that process as helpful as possible. So how do they work exactly?
Wysh Granters make the life insurance claims process smooth
Our digital experience is first-class, if we do say so ourselves. But we’re also proud that we have a superstar customer support staff for our policyholders and their families. They’re ready to help you at every step, from making Wyshes to filing claims. Here’s what makes Wysh Granters such great additions to the claims process.
They make the claims process go smoothly
Wysh Granters take the guesswork out of filing a life insurance claim. They work with your beneficiaries to make sure every “t” is crossed and every “i” gets its dot. They can provide all the necessary information your beneficiaries need during the claims process.
Partner with lenders
Our Wysh Granter team can also take the lead in paying off any outstanding debts you leave behind that may affect your beneficiaries. For example, they can get in contact with the necessary lenders to work out payment arrangements on your beneficiaries’ behalf. Whether it’s a mortgage, student loan or car payment, Wysh Granters can help the beneficiary work it all out.
Work with your loved ones
We mentioned above how Wysh Granters can help your loved ones through the process. But it’s more than just that. They can help work with your beneficiaries to ensure your Wyshes get actualized. Plus Wysh Granters release the death benefit usually within ten days of a claim being filed, so your loved ones aren’t just waiting around.
Term life insurance, online and ready
Death typically isn’t fun. It can throw a whole wrench into our daily lives, making us stuck. Wysh Granters are there to help get you as un-stuck as they can while filing a life insurance claim. That’s why they’re available Monday - Friday, 9a - 5p by phone at (844) 997-4457 and in-app support. Wysh helps get you covered and we work for you until the job is done.