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UM carrier has no duty of good faith (access required)

A Lynchburg judge has ruled that an uninsured motorist carrier does not have a good faith duty to investigate and settle a claim by a policyholder. The ruling runs counter to a 1992 case from Louisa County, Copenhaver v. Davis (VLW 092-8-415), in which a judge held that a driver could sue his UM carrier for ...

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