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Insurer's Refusal To Pay Interest Was Bad Faith (access required)

An insurance company that waited three weeks to pay its portion of a judgment acted in bad faith for refusing to pay about $900 in interest that accrued during that time period, a Hopewell General District judge has found. The plaintiff, a construction foreman, won a $250,000 jury verdict in July 2002. The defendant's UIM insurance ...

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