Conestoga Trust v. Columbus Life Insurance Co.
Court found that the life insurance company was not required to create or retain a postmark for its Grace Notice, but reversed the jury's verdict in favor of the insurer based on the court's error in placing the burden of proof on the insured rather than the insurer.
life insurance policy, termination, grace period, notice, mailing, burden of proof, abuse of discretion, de novo, attorneys' fees, choice of law, Restatement (Second) of Conflict of Laws, Section 192,
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