Some policyholders aren't happy about major increases to their life insurance policies and are looking to sue. (Photo: iStock)

Premium increases, some topping 200 percent, are driving policyholders to sue insurers.

The Wall Street Journal reports that people being hit with the increases on decades-old life insurance policies of anywhere from midsingle-digit percentages to more than 200 percent, are fighting back against the move by insurers to raise extra money.

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