Legal Question in Insurance Law in Missouri

Can an insurance company refuse to pay a claim (that occurred when the policy was enforce) simply because the policy is no longer enforce?

Asked on 7/16/12, 3:18 pm

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M. Scott Montgomery the montgomery law firm llc
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No. That is not a valid reason to deny a claim.

I'd be happy to discuss the matter further with you at no charge.

scott@montgomerylaw.org

417-889-4766

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7/17/12, 1:47 pm

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