Burden of proof bill’s odds of advancing slim

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Published: February 27,2011

Tags: Brandon Jones, Buck Clarke, Senate Insurance Committee

A bill that would require insurance companies bear the burden of proof relating to policy exclusions has passed the House and has been referred to the Senate Insurance Committee. There are varying degrees of optimism about whether the bill will make it out of the Insurance Committee, or will die there. House Bill 203 would […]

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One Response to “Burden of proof bill’s odds of advancing slim”

  1. Burden of proof bill’s odds of advancing slim — Get Insurance Ideas Says:

    [...] Burden of proof bill’s odds of advancing slim Circumstances have been a source of confusion on the coast A bill that would require insurance companies bear the burden of proof relating to policy exclusions has passed the House and has been referred to the Senate Insurance Committee. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...]

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