Thomas J. Campbell v. Sun Indemnity Company, of New York

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Supreme Court Case Name: 
Thomas J. Campbell v. Sun Indemnity Company, of New York
Case Date: 
1933
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Insurance Claims and Policies

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Division: 
East
Number of Pages: 
279
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The plaintiff issued a health insurance policy. After being butted by a calf Mr. Campbell became ill & suffered three nervous breakdowns, resulting in lengthy hospital stays. After Campbell's bills were filed with Sun, the company learned he had not dis- closed his diabetes, nor the death of his sister by tuberculosis. He sought $1669.06 for his hospital bills & chancery court fees. Exhibits include detailed hospital records, including copies from the historic Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan. 2 fldrs.