New England Life Insurance Company

New England Life Insurance Company is known for a court case it was involved in, Pavesich v. New England Life Insurance Company, which was decided by the Georgia Supreme Court in 1905. This case was considered significant as it was one of the first to explicitly uphold the right to privacy, based on natural law, in US law. The case centered around an issue of an advertisement from the insurance company that was seen as a breach of privacy and libelous by Paolo Pavesich: an individual whose image was used in the ad. The company is now known as MetLife.

Company Details
Founded
Phone 800-882-1292
Address 125 High Street, Suite 732
Boston, MA 2110
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Insurance Types Annuity, Health, Life
A.M. Best
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