Shea v. Esensten Case Did there appear to be a misrepresentation by the insurance company and if so, did it affect Mr. Shea’s ability to make an informed decision about his medical care.

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Shea v. Esensten Case Did there appear to be a misrepresentation by the insurance company and if so, did it affect Mr. Shea’s ability to make an informed decision about his medical care. Mrs. Shea is claiming the action of wrongful death and misrepresentation. Are these elements present? Describe their presence. If they are not present, what would need to be present for her to be successful for these claims?

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