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Medical Appeal Letter

Medical appeal letter is the one which is written by an individual who took the medical policy and wishes to get his insured amount in tact. This is an effort from him to get justice from the authorities with regards to the insured amount

  • Quote your policy no and date
  • State down the amount for which you have taken the policy
  • Show an open attitude
  • Tell your grievances in clear cut manner
  • Request for immediate remedy
  • You can also ask why such a delay or impediment happened as you were a regular payer
  • Enlist all the inconvenience caused to you as a result of the untoward attitude adopted by the authorities

Medical Appeal Letter Template

Use our free Medical Appeal Letter to help you get started. Simply download the .doc or pdf file and customize it. If you need additional help or more examples check out some of the sample letters below.







Date: _____ (Date on Which Letter is Written)








Subject – _______________________(Mention the purpose)

Respected _______(Name)



I am _____ (Your Name) writing this letter for the cause to convince you that I am in need of money to pay off my medical bills incurred in the hospital but unfortunately officials in the office have denied me the same. As a result of which I cannot move forward with the payment as I have invested all the required money through the channel of insurance. Your company also promised services to me exactly in this line. Ultimately it seems that I am going to be the loser. Do you think it a fair practice. Certainly not. Hence let me take this opportunity to appeal to you to take immediate action and kindly do me a favor.  Such unethical practices will no doubt will hamper the good prospects of the insurance sector as a whole and the timely action from officials like you is necessary to protect its reputation and in building up its positive image.

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Medical Appeal Letter Sample, Email and Example/Format











Subject:  Medical appeal letter

Respected Sir/Madam,

I have great pain in bringing before you my case of not getting the medical insurance coverage amount for which I have enrolled for the insurance scheme. At the time of need the insurance agencies are giving lame excuses to deny my claim. Their stand is that I have to submit more documents and wait for a definite period to get the papers cleared. Unfortunately such rules and regulations were not at all specified in the documents given to me at the time I enrolled for the policy. All their promises turned out to be false and they are trying to deny me the insurance benefits by hook or by crook. Needless to say that you should kindly act on this to get justice done and help me out. This is not at all a good corporate practice.

Hope positive action from you at the earliest


Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,


Jagadees Narayan

Email Format

This type of appeal letter relating to medical grounds would most likely be addressed to the concerned medical authorities, supervisors etc to make a request to look in to the matters. This would signify the date of purpose of making appeal, any reference numbers, and any problematic areas to deal with etc to be briefed up.

Subject: Medical Appeal Letter to look & scrutinize in to the case study.

Dear Mr. Shetty;

This is in reference to our recent telephonic conversation in relation to the above subject; sending you this as my medical appeal letter as against the need to scrutinize the case studies as referred in the enclosed list; in which major faults are found on not just medical grounds but also some couple technical & grammatical errors.

Sir, having made possible efforts to check out for all the resources, worked upon the mentioned case studies in depth; & finally summarizing this list over a period from the last four months. Without just pin pointing the errors & mistakes; we have taken utmost care to make necessary amendments & changes to the possible extent; further enclosed with this letter. Looking forward for your positive response in the near future.

Thanks & Regards,

Akshay Gavde.


(Senior Assistant)


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