When “Clear and Convincing” Evidence is Required
In almost every jurisdiction, to prove the existence of an oral contract “clear and convincing” evidence is only required to prove breach or to allow reformation of a policy of insurance19 or to prove a willful fraud in the inception of a policy of insurance20 or to prove that an insurer committed fraud in its claims handling21 or to prove a waiver of insurance policy defenses.
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