Controversies arising out of representations made by applicants for sickness, accident, or hospital insurance have been a fertile source of litigation in recent years. Because of the ever-increasing amount of such coverage being written, it has become essential that the practicing attorney have at least a general acquaintance with the problems which may be encountered. The purpose of this article is to point up certain phases of the problem which have been troublesome, with particular emphasis on recent case law.
Theodore J. Fraizer,
The Applicant’s Misrepresentation Annotated,
34 Neb. L. Rev. 71
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