Life insurance policy beneficiaries can help to ensure they receive their due

New York Homeowners Insurance Rules

There are ways for people to find a deceased person’s coverage even when no record was left. Beneficiaries of life insurance policies have struggled with the ability to collect the payout from the coverage when their deceased loved one has failed to leave any record of the insurer or any other identifying information. Though recent crackdowns have encouraged insurers to make a larger effort, beneficiaries can do their part. There is no central database that a beneficiary can call in order to find out what life insurance company sold the…

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New York Attorney General institutes and inquiry into the operations of nine of the state’s life insurance companies

Nine life insurance companies in New York have come under regulatory scrutiny and will be subject to inquiry regarding the identification of deceased customers and their beneficiaries. The state Attorney General has issued subpoenas to the companies to determine whether they have issued appropriate payouts on the policies of clients that have passed away. Few companies have confirmed the reception of the subpoenas but the Attorney General claims that the recipients are among the leaders in the life insurance market. The inquiry is a result of a growing number of…

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