Prudential Insurance Lawsuit

The Prudential Life Insurance Company is battling a major class action lawsuit. The insurance provider is being charged with selling new, more expensive coverage plans to its costumers — many of them elderly and of modest means — and draining the assets of existing policies to pay the new premiums. On the Next Talk of the Nation Ray Suarez and his guests will discuss this practice, known as "churning," and look at the roots of the Prudential lawsuit. Guests: John Cressman Former Prudential Auditor and Financial Analyst, 1971-1993 Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer, US Department of Housing and Urban Development Samual Wilner Legal Partner, Wilner, Klein and Siegel, Los Angelos, CA Other Guest Listeners call in

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