The disbursement of life insurance benefits cannot be contested in Florida after the statutory time limit, even if the policyholder obtained the policy by having an impostor take the required medical underwriting exam, the 11th Circuit has ruled. The panel unanimously upheld the district judge, who ruled that Florida law makes the execution of life insurance policies uncontestable as long as the policy was active for two years during the insured person's life.
Disbursement of Life Insurance Benefits Can't Be Contested in Florida
Daily Business Review
September 22, 2005
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