Stewart, et. al. v. Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas granted summary judgment in favor of life insurer, finding that accidental death policy that provided benefits for death resulting from accidents but not from disease did not cover decedent's death from heart disease, and that decedent's fall resulting from cardiac event was not a proximate cause of death.
life insurance policy, accidental death policy, accidental death, independent cause, proximate cause, heart attack, beneficiaries, motion for summary judgment, breach of contract, Tex. Ins. Code Ch. 542 claim
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