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Insurance – Life Insurance – Policy Lapse Notice – Pleading Bad Faith

An executor pleading bad faith states a claim with “bad faith” asserted in her contract claim and a request for attorney’s fees; a Newport News U.S. District Court says she can try her claim for inadequate lapse notice under Va. Code § 38.2-232, but the bad faith claims goes out on summary judgment.
Russell v. Nationwide Ins. Co. (USDC-ED) (VLW 008-3-537) (25 pp.)

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