Martinez v. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Co.
A court of the Southern District of Texas adopted a magistrate's recommendation to deny a beneficiary's motion to remand, finding that the non-diverse defendant bank listed in the policy as a "plan sponsor" was improperly joined where the policy indicates that the insurer and not the plan sponsor is obligated to pay benefits
life insurance policy, beneficiary, standing, plan sponsor, insurer, remand, fraudulent joinder, improper joinder
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