According to reports, a life insurance company based in France refused to pay multiple millions of pounds for a Covid-19 vaccine death, because the man knew about the risk of death and “voluntarily” took part in the medical experiment.
Around the world, the number of insurance claims, especially covering young people, skyrocketed in 2021. Rates in the US alone of prime-age mortality were 40 percent higher in 2021 compared to 2019. These claims are putting pressure on life insurance companies. In America, to compensate for the excess in prime-age mortality, employers are beginning to deny life insurance policies for those who are not fully vaccinated. In contrast, fully vaccinated people are paid full insurance benefits when they pass away.
With deaths in the fully vaccinated increasing rapidly, life insurance companies will soon have to recognise the safety issues surrounding the jab.
According to media reports from France, an entrepreneur from Paris died post-covid-19 vaccination. The deceased man had previously taken out a multi-million-pound life insurance policy to benefit his children and grandchildren. However, the insurance company is refusing to payout. They argue that the man took part in a medical experiment at his own risk and that the side effects of the jab are well known and are available online. The same company has stated that covid-19 is not classified as a “critical illness,” but that the adverse events of the vaccine do include death.
The French insurance company claimed that the deceased individual violated the insurance contract by partaking in a medical experiment with known risks. Whilst the family have sued the company, they have been largely unsuccessful. As the man took a life-threatening risk that can be legally recognised as suicide, the life insurance does not have to pay out and also refuses to pay for deaths caused directly by the vaccines.
The case was shared online by the family’s lawyer Carlo Alberto Brusa, who revealed that the court ruled in favour of the insurance company. This was because the court recognised the insurer’s classification of the man’s death and that the man knew the risks of the vaccine, including death.
Tragically, the family’s appeal was rejected because the contract of the life insurance is clear: A fatal risk that is publicly known is “not covered by the contract” and is “legally considered as suicide.” In conclusion, the court ruled that the man voluntarily took part in a medical experiment.
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