What is a Common Disaster Life Insurance Clause

What is a Common Disaster Life Insurance Clause

Although not commonly applicable to life claims,  a Common Disaster life insurance clause is provided under what is known as the Uniform Simultaneous Death Law, which is adopted by most states to address the problem of protecting the contingent beneficiary in the event that the insured and the primary beneficiary die at the same time, or resulting from the same event.
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