Denial Requires Fraudulent Intent
In the presentation of a claim, however, the insured’s act must have been intended to defraud the insurer. Even a gross overvaluation of a claim will not permit an insurer to deny the entire claim or declare the policy void unless the insurer can prove that the overvaluation was not an honest mistake.
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