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Life insurer couldn’t deny benefits based on trucker’s use of meth

A narcotics exclusion in a life insurance policy did not apply to bar the payment of benefits for a truck driver who died in an crash while under the influence of methamphetamine, the South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.


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