Are top-name insurance companies profiting from deaths of American Soldiers?

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Prudential, the second largest insurance company, is being accused by family members of fallen solders of profiting from death benefit pay outs. When soldiers are killed in the line of duty, the next of kin receives a life-insurance payment from the government but what most would think should be a lump sum  turns out to be more like an “IOU” cleverly disguised as a check book. Recently a mother lost her son in an explosion in Afghanistan.  She received a checkbook and a packet from Prudential, instead of the $400,000…

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