My father’s life insurance company refused to pay me because of “material misrepresentation.” What does this mean?
An allegation of material misrepresentation means that the insurance company is alleging either a failure to disclose or that the applicant lied about a material fact in their medical or personal history that would have resulted in the policy never being issued from the outset.
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