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$181,000 Life insurance Death Benefits Settlement

Ms. S’s husband died of issues unrelated to an accident.  Ms. S made a claim on her husband’s life insurance for the death benefits.  The insurance company denied the claim, stating that Ms. S’s husband had not disclosed a preexisting condition from his service in the armed forces.

As a result of the denial, Ms. S filed a lawsuit for bad faith against the life insurance company.  Throughout the litigation, Ms. S’s attorneys were able to show that her husband had not failed to disclose a preexisting condition.  As a result, Ms. S received the full death benefit plus interest.

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