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Evidence Supports Insurer’s Argument That Decedent Misrepresented Use Of Nicotine

(June 11, 2018, 12:17 PM EDT) -- BRONX, N.Y. — A New York justice on May 15 denied a motion for summary judgment filed by plaintiffs in a life insurance dispute and dismissed claims for breach of contract and bad faith alleged by the decedent’s wife after determining that the evidence supports the insurer’s contention that the decedent misrepresented his use of nicotine on his policy application (Global Energy Efficiency Holdings Inc., et al. v. William Penn Life Insurance Company of New York, No. 25687/2014E, N.Y. Sup., Bronx Co., 2018 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS...
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