The Examination Under Oath

A False Statement at EUO Voids Coverage

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Where a plaintiff admits to making false statements with the intent that his insurer rely on those statements, the issue of whether such false statements were made need not be tried. Similarly, whether a false statement was made knowingly and with the intent to deceive the insurer is usually a question of fact but may be decided as a matter of law where the insured admits that he made knowingly false statements with the intent that the insurer rely upon them. [Ram v. Infinity Select Ins., 807 F. Supp. 2d 843 (N.D. Cal. 2011)]

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About Barry Zalma

An insurance coverage and claims handling author, consultant and expert witness with more than 48 years of practical and court room experience.
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