KSL Investigates: How to find a missing life insurance policy – KSL.com
BLANDING– Billions of dollars from lost or forgotten life insurance policies in the United States are waiting to be claimed by their rightful recipients. Files frequently get lost or ignored when a loved one dies, or the firm has given that failed. But what if you’re the recipient of a life insurance coverage policy you didn’t even know about?
In September 1955, Vernetta Sonderegger purchased an entire life insurance policy from a Salt Lake City-based agent of the National Public Service Insurer. Last October, she died at age 96.
“She was very vivacious, she enjoyed to do everything,” said Sonderegger’s daughter, Relva Bowring. “She ‘d ride the motorbikes. Anything we were doing, she wished to be there to be a part of it.”
Bowring had her mother’s insurance files from 1955, however she couldn’t find the insurance company– National Civil service Insurer.
“So, I sent a letter in January to the business at the address that I had, and it came right back– there’s no such address,” stated Bowring.
She browsed the web and found no trace, and a good friend in the insurance industry didn’t have an answer for her.
“That didn’t go anywhere. We’ve just kind of struck a lot of dead ends and just kind of got dissuaded,” stated Bowring.
That’s the point when Bowring emailed the KSL Private investigators to ask if there was any way we might help her find her mommy’s missing out on policy.
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