I am assuming that by your question, the intended named beneficiary was written on the application with the wrong middle name. Usually when filling out the application, the beneficiary is designated by Name as well as "relationship to insured" and SS #. Sometimes it even includes a D.O.B. and may also include an address. You can find the named beneficiary info as provided to the insurance co. by looking in the back of the policy at the copy of the original application. Here is why all that info is important. Suppose John Smith marries Jane C. Walter who becomes Jane C. Smith. Years later she dies or they become divorced and later John Smith re-marries and her name is also Jane but her middle initial is different! You can see where the Insurance company may have issues releasing the death benefit. By law, they have to pay Jane C. because she is still the named beneficiary unless John remembered to change it to his new wife!
Unless the policy specifies that the beneficiary designation is irrevocable, the owner of the policy, who is most often the insured, has the right to change the beneficiary of a life insurance policy at any time prior to death. That said, a third party may also contest the right of a beneficiary to policy proceeds by making a claim to them forms required by the company. In that case, there may end up being a contest between the competing claimants, such that the insurer would want to commence an "interpleader action" in a court of competent jurisdiction. The insurer would thereby ask the court to determine which of the claimants it should pay, and by so doing, try to avoid getting in the middle of the dispute. The court would hash out the rights of the parties to the proceeds, and the insurer would pay the winner.
He is not listed as having one.
Calvin Johnson Jr. (NFL player) has no listed middle name.
Generally no. Please provide more details. Are you paying the premium?
ben·e·fac·torben·e·fac·tor (bèn¹e-fàk´ter) nounOne that gives aid, especially financial aid.[Middle English, from Late Latin, from Latin benefacere. See benefaction.]
Look at your insurance card. All insurance will expire or cancel at 1 minute before or 1 minute after midnight.
An insurance company cannot drop you in the middle of a claim. The state department of insurance sets standards for how long it takes for the insurance company to respond to a claim, and to issue payment once damage is verified. If they have stopped contact with you and have not given you a reason I would contact your state department of insurance and file a complaint.
He didn't have a middle name, but a few biographies listed it as "Harold" because of his father and brother.
Malcolm in the Middle - 2000 Health Insurance 7-2 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:Atp
Earthquakes hardly ever happen in the middle of plates because the is no fault-line to move. The most common earthquakes in the middle of plates are because of Volcanoes.
It was in the middle east
in the middle kingdom
Earthquakes can happen anywhere in the world including the middle east. They aren't as common but they definitely still happen.
No, car insurance in Virginia rates around the middle when it comes to the national average.
what will happen if the fetus stomach is in the middle instead of the left side?
Battle of Middle Creek happened on 1862-01-10.
Chinese middle schools riots happened in 1956.
Maurice Krafft's middle name is not listed on his online biography. He was a successful volcanologists. His wife's name was Katia.
It is 3, the middle number when they are listed in order.
you would be melted
If with "one impact from the last car" you mean that the rear car hit the middle car and then the middle car, as a result, hit the front car, the rear car's insurance would be responsible for all damages. If the middle car first hit the front car and then the rear car hit the middle care, the rear car's insurance would only be responsible for the damages to the middle car. i.e. where was the first impact?
Martha Grahams middle name is not listed on any of her bios online. Martha was a well known ballet dancer.