Year: 1979 Source: National Underwriter: Life & Health Insurance Edition, v.2, no.4, (1979), p.21 SIEC No: 19840741

This article discusses a ruling by the California district court of appeal that stated that insane people can not sufficiently form intent & therefore can not commit suicide. The implication that this ruling could be construed as compelling insurance companies to pay even if the policyholder dies by suicide is analyzed. (SC)