Conviction Not Required

Darras, Frank N.
March 2008
Best's Review;Mar2008, Vol. 108 Issue 11, p108
Trade Publication
The article focuses on felonious act in the financial services industry. It is stated that accidental death policies usually contain exclusions for criminal conduct. In Steele v. Life insurance Company of north America, the Seventh Circuit ruled than an accidental death policy's felony exclusion applied even though there was no criminal conviction.


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