Murder

a woman was invited to spend the weekend at a persons house. The house was his parents. He later murdered her on the parents property. He has been charged with 2nd degree murder and the courts are proceeding with prosecution. The single woman has four children aged 1,2,16,21. Can the homeowners insurance company be sued for what happened, so the children can be compensated for the loss of their mother?


Asked 10 months ago in Ontario
Categories: Criminal Law  Personal Injury  Family Law

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Caryma Sa'd

Answer by Caryma Sa'd

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Homeowner insurance coverage generally don't include coverage for intentional acts such as murder. However, careful review of the insurance coverage may state otherwise. In which case, it is highly suggested that you consult with a lawyer for legal advice regarding the next steps to be taken.

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Posted 10 months ago

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