Heather D Lee
Attorney Heather Lee is a Owner of Lee DiGeorge Law, LLC, a law firm in Blue Bell, PA. As a lawyer in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, attorney Lee serves Montgomery County, as well as clients throughout Pennsylvania.
Areas of Practice
Admitted to Practice Law
- New York
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- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- New York Bar Association
- Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
Heather D. Lee began her legal journey at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, where she served as Articles Editor of the Rule of Law Journal, Intern at the International Human Rights Law Institute, and Law Clerk for CAIR's civil rights department. Heather's motivation for becoming an attorney was to help people in need, but she quickly discovered an equal passion for contract law. In her final year of study, she accepted a summer association position and later full-time position with a law firm in Philadelphia, where she primarily handled life insurance contracts. She is now grateful to own a civil law firm recognized for work in delayed and denied life insurance claims, beneficiary disputes, consumer protection and civil rights law.
Born: Gainesville, Florida
Lee DiGeorge Law, LLC
295 Norristown Road
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422
Lee DiGeorge Law, LLC was founded in 2011. Lee DiGeorge Law, LLC is located in Montgomery County Pennsylvania.
Lee DiGeorge Law is a civil claims law firm serving Pennsylvania. We provide highly qualified legal counseling and representation on a wide range of civil and consumer matters. Our legal team is best known for our work in life insurance law and delayed or denied life insurance claims.
Insured passed away within two (2) years of the policy's effective date, and Primerica Life denied claim based on an alleged misrepresentation of the insured's annual income.
Insured suffered fatal stroke after work-related accident, and Hartford Life denied Accidental Death & Dismemberment claim.
Insured suffered accidental overdose of prescription medication, and Minnesota Life denied Accidental Death & Dismemberment claim.
American General Life denied life insurance claim based on lapse in payment; however, the company failed to properly notify insured that policy was in risk of lapse.
Metropolitan Life denied claim based on insured's failure to include a medical check-up on the insurance application.
Aviva Life denied claim based on allegedly material medical misrepresentations on the insurance application; however, insured reported medical condition to insurance company's agent, who improperly completed the application.
Lincoln National denied employee life insurance and claimed policy was not active based on "Period of Limited Activity" clause.
Globe Life denied life insurance claim based on medical misrepresentations on the application; however, such misrepresentations were not "material" to the insurance risk.