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Funeral Directors Breaking the Law Essay

Funeral Directors Breaking the Law Essay

Funeral Directors Breaking the Law

Summary

Stevenson v. Hamilton Mut. Ins. Co., 672 N.E.2d 467, 473 (Ind. Ct. App. 1996)

Facts and Issue: George David Mitchell and his spouse Lee Etta R. Mitchell were the directors to a duly licensed funeral services facility called Serenity Chapel. George died and was buried on land managed by Serenity Chapel. The widow, Lee Etta R. Mitchel and the business later entered into a contract with Hamilton Mutual Insurance Company to insure the director and firm under a business owner’s policy that also featured a Mortician’s Malpractice Endorsement. A daughter to George contested that Etta, the

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