Patel v. Brighthouse Life Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas adopted a magistrate's recommendation granting an agent and insurer's joint motion to dismiss beneficiary's claims for negligence, estoppel, and relief under the Texas Insurance Code, holding that alleged misrepresentations from agent to beneficiary regarding payment of premiums are not actionable under the Texas Insurance Code.
life insurance policy, premiums, policy lapse, dismissal, 12(b)(6), misrepresentations, agent, agency, actionable misrepresentation, negligence, equitable estoppel, DTPA, Tex. Ins. Code Ch. 541
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