Arizpe v. Principal Life Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas granted summary judgment in favor of an insurer under a disability income policy, finding that the insured doctor's wife did not have standing to bring any claims under the policy, holding that the insured doctor's extra-contractual claims were barred by limitations, and determining that there were no questions of material fact to support his breach of contract claim.
disability income policy, total loss of use, third-party beneficiary, statue of limitations, summary judgment, extra-contractual claims
Reviewing the Case Document is for members only. Please login