S.H. v. Hudson Insurance Company, MIA No. 27-1001-08-00025 (August 25, 2008).
Insurer acted in bad faith by refusing to pay a UM claim after declining to intervene in the litigation about the claim. The MIA found that Hudson Insurance Company acted without good faith when it refused to pay a UM claim after declining to intervene in the litigation about the claim despite being on notice. Maryland law clearly requires an insurer with notice of a tort action against an uninsured motorist and ample opportunity to intervene to either intervene or be bound b