I am the beneficiary of my mother’s life insurance policy. When she passed away at the age of 69, the insurance company denied me the $200,000 benefit amount, accusing my mother of giving fraudulent answers when she had first purchased the policy over 15 years ago. They have mailed me a cheque in the sum of $30,000, the total premiums she had paid over the years. What should I do?
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