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CALIFORNIA DISTRICT COURT HOLDS INSURER’S DEFENSE AND INDEMNIFICATION OF POLICYHOLDER DOES NOT EXCLUDE BAD-FAITH CLAIMS.

                  An insurer who defends, provides policy benefits, and funds a settlement on behalf of its insured isn’t off the hook for bad faith claims, according to a January 2, 2013 order issued by the United Stated District Court for … Continue reading

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Evolving Trends in Professional Liability Claims Against Insurance Brokers

While the general rule of liability for insurance agents and brokers is that an agent or broker is only responsible for procuring for its client, the coverage specifically requested by the client (Jones v. Grewe), the duties imposed on brokers … Continue reading

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