Thursday, April 20, 2017

Can an Insurer Avoid Bad Faith by Waiting to Pay Until Court Rules the Policy Covers the Loss?

Originally published by Kevin Pollack.

After denying claims, insurers sometime seek to avoid bad faith liability by taking their chances that a court will rule in their favor, and then, if the court rules otherwise, immediately tendering the monies owed under the insurance policy to the insured. A recent unpublished California appellate decision reaffirmed that an insurer cannot avoid bad … Continue Reading


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