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Category Archives: Insurable Interest

Insuring the Life of a Stranger

life-policy“Can you buy a policy that insures the life of a stranger?”  Everyone knows the answer to that question.  It’s, “No.”  Right?  Except that, in Wisconsin, the answer is, “No, but….”  The prolific, indefatigable, and controversial judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Richard Posner, penned an opinion recently that explains. Read More

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