Life Insurance And Murder – ERISA

What happens when the named beneficiary on a life insurance policy intentionally causes the death of the insured?  That was the question in this case from the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division, opinion styled, Garrett Bean and Aneila Bean v. Minerva Alcorta. Plaintiff’s father,Garry, has a $130,000 life insurance policy under which Alcorta was named the primary beneficiary and Garrett and Aneila were secondary beneficiaries of 50% each of the policy. Alcorta was charged with intentional first degree murder of Garry. Continue reading

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