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A federal district court in South Carolina has upheld an insurance company’s decision denying payment of benefits under an accidental death and dismemberment (“AD&D”) insurance policy, determining that the insured’s death – which occurred after he was stabbed twice – was a result of the “[c]ommission of or attempt to commit an assault or felony” and was not accidental.

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