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American General Life Insurance Co. v. Dickson

Court: Tx 9-Beaumont  07/14/2022  Trial Court Abused Its Discretion in Certifying Class Action Against Life Insurer

The court found that the plaintiff had failed to establish that the questions of law and fact common to the class predominate over questions affecting only individual class members and thus, the trial court had abused its discretion when it certified a class action against a life insurer who plaintiff claimed had wrongfully failed to pay all the interest owed to the beneficiaries of certain life insurance policies.

life insurance, class action, predominance requirement, commonality, laches, unclean hands

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