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Answered 2006-07-25 10:28:21

What company claimed? The company the insured worked for or the insurance co? If the insurance co was bought out the new company MUST honor all former policies by law. The only question should be, was the policy in force at the time of the death? Any good agent can help you with your claim. 4lifeguild

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