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May A Service Member Appeal If He or She Applies For A TSGLI Benefit And Is Denied?

Yes, a serviceman has the right to file for an appeal if TSGLI was denied. In case the serviceman is filing for a decision made on the basis of eligibility criteria, for example their loss or the conditions that favored the traumatic injury and caused the loss, the appropriate service branch of TSGLI office must be contacted by the serviceman. In case the serviceman is filing for a decision made on the basis of whether they possessed the coverage of TSGLI at the time of the traumatic injury, the servicemen are meant to establish contact with the Servicemen Group Life Insurance office by making a call at: 1-800-419-1473 for filing an appeal. All the appeals should be in written form and should get filed within a year of the denial date.

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