In a recent case, a young woman with a new baby lost her husband to suicide. Obviously disturbed, he committed another act of violence and loss when he changed his beneficiary on a life insurance policy to an old girlfriend before his death. Having not worked for several years, he didn’t even pay for the life insurance.
The beneficiary did not care that a baby and wife were left with bills and debt, accumulated by the husband. She wanted the death benefit. Our client hired us to represent her, enforcing any rights that she had to the policy. As it turned out, since she paid for the policy and was still married, she had community property rights. Furthermore, there is ample evidence that the two had made mutual promises to keep insurance on the other for the benefit of the child. We are confident that justice will prevail.
Our firm represents injury victims who suffer from wrongdoing of another. If you need an attorney to help you with your rights, call us at 1 888 752-7474 for all your lawyer needs.