Insurer to pay $1.5 million after Quebec Superior Court deems suicide exclusion to be null and void

In “an invitation to the seemingly impenetrable world of insurers to open their eyes” to a legislative requirement of public order designed to protect the interests of the insured, Quebec Superior Court ruled that an insurance company must pay beneficiaries $1.5 million because it failed to properly reveal exclusions in an insurance policy.

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This story was originally published in Law360 Canada.

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