Dodge’n Expert Bias Discovery Issues Raised in Worley
October 22, 2021
This article originally appeared in Insurance Committee for Arson Control (ICAC) publication.
Any discussion on the subject of insurer bad faith can begin with the relationship that exists between an insurer and its insured. Every contract of insurance that creates such a relationship carries an implied duty of good faith and fair dealing between the two parties. This duty is necessary to ensure that the parties do not try to take unfair advantage of each other or do anything to impinge on or destroy each other’s right to receive the benefit of the contract.1 Click “Article Link” under Key Points to read the entire article.