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No body means no payout as jury rules for life insurers in $26 million suit

32 No. 23 WJINSC 03By Troy SepionWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

No body means no payout as jury rules for life insurers in $26 million suit

32 No. 23 WJINSC 03By Troy SepionWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

32 No. 23 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 03
March 11, 2022
Life Insurance
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
By Troy Sepion
Copyright © 2022 Thomson Reuters.

No body means no payout as jury rules for life insurers in $26 million suit

Pruco Life Insurance Co. v. Villarreal

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Two life insurers do not owe a woman living in Mexico $26 million in death benefits from her allegedly deceased husband's life insurance policies because there is no proof that he died, a Texas federal court jury has ruled.
Jury verdict:
Jury instructions:
September 2021 opinion:
Transamerica first amended complaint:
Pruco second amended complaint:
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