Why Insureds Give Separate EUOs
It is logical that the taking of separate examinations under oath, without the insureds sitting in on each other’s examinations, would not only lead to more accurate information, but would also discourage or even prevent fraudulent claims. Separate examinations will not guarantee an absence of chicanery, but they will provide a reasonable means to discover the probability of truth while causing no inconvenience to the insureds.
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