New York and New Jersey insurance law, as well as the law of many other states, requires that all insurance policies include a standard incontestability clause.
We recently secured a victory in court for our clients when we represented the sons of their deceased mother. The insurance company had issued two life insurance policies totaling $1,500,000 covering the deceased mother’s life…
Most life insurance policies include a grace period during which the policy remains effective despite an outstanding premium payment. The grace period provides protection to customers against life insurance claim denials by the insurance company if a premium payment is late.
A life insurance policy is a contract between the insured and the insurance company that is intended to provide for the payment of life insurance benefits to family members or friends in the event of the policy holder’s death.
As relative normalcy returns to the areas affected by Superstorm Sandy, homeowners and business owners should still be wary of potentially unlawful practices that can result in insurance claim denials for damage resulting from Sandy.