The tort of bad faith was created by courts in the 1950’s to solve a problem of abuse by a few insurers. It has become a devise to enrich plaintiffs’ lawyers and increase the cost of insurance across the country. The book explains why it is time for the tort of bad faith to be eliminated.
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Zalma On Insurance — The BlogAfter more than 50 years acting as a claims person and insurance coverage lawyer I enjoy reading court decisions concerning insurance. The idea of this blog is to find new cases that are interesting to me and then write a summary. Some of the cases reviewed will be important. Some may be of first impression. Others will be totally unimportant. All will be interesting.
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