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Could you clarify?
Were the missing items in your grandmother's condo?
If so, was her insurance policy current at the time of her death?
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Thank you for the information.
Well, they are being overly technical. The point is, the items belong to your grandmother's estate until her estate has been probated. So, her insurance should still cover the missing items.
No, they are not correct in denying the claim.
Your grandmother's Executor/Personal Representative can sue them for not paying a properly submitted claim.
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It does not.
No, it does not matter. My response remains the same.