Several years back, AmFam had an agent convention, for their top producers, in Daytona Beach (in the 90's). One of the agent's girlfriend drowned in the ocean at 2:00 AM in the morning. He had two(2) life insurance applications pending on her, totaling 2 million dollars.
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After an auto accident in Florida that was the other driver's fault (David Lake) nearly killed and permanently disabled me, State Farm, the insurer for both drivers, sold me out and made sure that the jury was not given vital evidence. They then decided not to pay the guilty party, David Lake. Lake then blew his brains out with a gun and left a suicide note with the Miami Coroner's Office blaming his attorney for selling him out. State Farm, without my knowledge or consent, then paid a death benefit to Lake's widow - making me LIABLE for his death.
I had a portable life policy for both myself and my wife thru work that I paid 56.00 every 2 weeks for and could take with me when I retired. All premiums were paid on time and after I retired 17 months after paying for the policy was told would get info how to keep policy within 30 days. Never got any info. Called former employer to find out that policy was cancelled 2 months before I retired but employer was not notified. Unum ins. Co finally after a month said they would only reimburse me for the 2 months after the policy was canceled.
I'm working on a situation where I suspect an individual, along with several accomplices, have faked a murder to escape prosecution as well as divert attention and help cover there exit. I also suspect Insurance fraud might of been involved to fund the scheme. I know who the executor of the estate was, but I need to quietly figure out if the person first had any Life Insurance, and if so, who the benefiturary was. How can one go about quietly finding out (so not to spook the people involved) if this person had Life Insurance, and if so what company it was issued by?