Galanty vs. Paul Revere Life Insurance Company

Year: 1999
Court: California Supreme Court
Case Number: S073678

The two year incontestability clause in a policy cannot be contradicted by a “First Manifest” provision under the definition of sickness or any other language in the policy.

Law Offices of Robert K. Scott, Robert K. Scott and D. Scott Mohney for United Policyholders as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Plaintiff and Appellant.


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Date: May 29, 2023