Khatchatrian v. Continental Casualty Company

Ninth Circuit Opinion on Definition of "Accident" Under Calfornia Law

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In this case, the Ninth Circuit upheld the decision of the trial court which ruled in favor of Defendant. The court held that the insured who died as a result of a stroke did not suffer an accidental death under the terms of the policy.

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Published In: Insurance Updates

Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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