After her husband, who had been suspected of an ‘intentional accident’, was acquitted after his full-term wife from Cambodia died in a car accident, he won once again in a lawsuit against an insurance company asking for insurance money.
In the Civil Settlement Section 28 of the Seoul Central District Court, Kyobo Life paid 203 million won to Lee and 2 million won to Lee’s children in the first trial judgment of a lawsuit filed by her husband, Mo Lee, against Kyobo Life Insurance for death insurance for his deceased wife. ordered to pay.
In 2014, Lee was driving a van and collided with a truck parked on the shoulder, and his 24-year-old Cambodian wife, who was riding with him, died.
Prosecutors indicted Lee on charges of insurance fraud, citing that Lee signed up for 25 insurances from 2008 to 2014, but the court ruled that the insurance fraud charges were acquitted and only charged with the death of his wife in a traffic accident. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years in prison last year.
Since then, Mr. Lee won a lawsuit against Samsung Life Insurance in October of last year and was ordered to pay 3 billion won to Samsung Life Insurance, and lost against Mirae Asset Life Insurance and Linea Life Insurance.