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Dixon v. Providential Life Insurance Company: Case File, Seventh Edition

Edward R. Stein, Frank D. Rothschild

$45.00

  • ISBN: 9781601567994

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  • Description

    When Judge John Dixon was found on the floor of his home office with a gunshot wound to the head, there was no question of foul play. Behind the locked door of his office, Judge Dixon shot himself with favorite shotgun. The only question is, was this an accident—or suicide? Plaintiff Mary Dixon demands that Providential Life Insurance Company pay on her husband’s $1 million life insurance policy, taken out shortly before his death. Providential refuses, citing the suicide provision of the policy. The medical examiner determined the death was accidental, but Providential claims the medical examiner's conclusion was tainted by his friendship with the judge and a hasty investigation, and that Dixon's death was, in fact, a suicide.

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  • Additional Product Details

    Judge death (suicide or accidental), disputed insurance claim, social media evidence
    Publication Date:
    5/15/2018
    Copyright: 2018
    Pages: 135
    Type: Trial , Civil
    Issues: Contract – Breach
    Level: Basic
    Number of Witnesses: 4p/3d
    Experts: Medical
    ISBNs:
    Paperback: 9781601567994
    Ebook: 9781601568007

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