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Partner | First-Party Coverage, Extra-Contractual
Partner | Arson & Fraud, Extra-Contractual, First-Party Coverage
How can a first-party insurer be legally liable for insurance ‘‘bad faith” if it has already been found not to be liable for breach of the insurance contract? According to at least one Florida appellate court, by paying an Appraisal Award timely.
The Troubles Of Trafalgar: Bad Faith In the Absence Of Breach Of Contract