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breached that his side of the contract. Why do you think the Alaskan law protects those people unless they harm the  insurer? Alaskan law protects the insured so that insurance companies can not take advantage  of them and so that all terms of contracts are clearly defined.  It protects the insurer  from being sued for negligence or breach of contracts in cases like Allstate Insurance  Company v. Herron, where Herron breached the contract by confessing to judgement  without approval from Allstate. 
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References ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Charles HERRON, Defendant-Appellant., 09-35203. (United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. March 10, 2011). Retrieved from International Risk Management Institute, I. (2019, January). Breach of Contract . Retrieved from IRMI: Ravikumar, A. (2018, June 28). Material Breach of Contract . Retrieved from LegalMatch:
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