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UM Carrier Can Be Sued For Pretrial Bad Faith (access required)

A car-crash plaintiff can sue his uninsured motorist coverage carrier for failing to act in good faith in pretrial negotiations, a Hampton Circuit judge has ruled. The case marks the fourth instance in six years in which a plaintiff has been able to break through with a statute that allows a bad-faith claim against an insurance ...

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