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 A recent unpublished California appellate decision reaffirmed that an insurer cannot avoid bad … Continue Reading
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