Here is a curious 1933 opinion from the Texas Court of Commission of Appeals. It is styled, American National Insurance Co. v. Huey.
This is a case wherein an insurance agent is alleged to have misrepresented the terms of an insurance policy wherein the insured was to receive monthly benefit. This was not what the policy provided. When the claim for benefits was denied, the insured filed suit alleging the misrepresentations by the agent.
It appears from the record and findings of the jury that, Huey made an application for insurance to the insurance company. As actually written and signed, this application called for the issuance of a life insurance policy for $2,000, providing for double indemnity in case of accidental death, and waiver of premiums in case of total disability. On March 12, 1929, a policy of insurance issued by such company was delivered to Huey in all things conforming to the application as written.