Gray v. Minnesota Life Insurance Co.
The district court found that the insured did not present any evidence of a manifest error in law or fact to warrant granting of her motion under either Rule 59(a) or Rule 52(b) in dispute over accidental death and dismemberment benefits.
life insurance policy, accidental death and dismemberment coverage, ERISA, motion to amend findings of fact and conclusions of law, motion for new trial, administrative record, FRCP 59, FRCP 52, full and fair review, manifest error
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