No Evidence Of Intent To Deceive Found In Insured’s Application Misinformation

ORANGEBURG, S.C. – Even though an application for homeowners insurance contained false information about the applicant’s employment status, a South Carolina federal judge on July 18 found no evidence that the misinformation was provided with an intent to deceive, denying a motion to declare the policy void ab initio (Shellie Bennett v. American Hallmark Insurance Company of Texas, No. 5:10-cv-1600, D. S.C.; 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 77278).
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