Sara Wenger <sara_wenger@...>
I received a letter form Generali insurance company
stating that they located a life insurance policy
issued to my grandfather in 1928. The letter goes on
to say that because this policy does not appear in
their accounting records of 1936 or of subsequent
years, it must have left their portfolio (before the
beginning of the Holocaust Era as defined by the
International Commission). The policy therefore does
not qualify for any payment. The front page that they
sent me of the supposed policy seems to be of someone
Does anyone out there have any experience with this?
Is it worthwhile to appeal as they indicated I am
entitled to do? If so, on what grounds would I appeal
as I have no information.