On October 26, 2018, the Los Angeles Daily Journal published an article written by Robert J. McKennon of the McKennon Law Group PC. The article examines a recent case by the California Court of Appeal, which held that the notice-prejudice rule precluded the denial of life insurance benefits based upon the insured’s failure to give timely notice of disability as required under a disability premium waiver provision in the life insurance policy. Insurers often attempt to argue that a technical violation of the notice requirements voids their claim where there exists no prejudice to them. This recent opinion helps to reinforce the notice-prejudice rule in California and helps to protect insureds. For a full view of the article, read here.