Encompass low-balled its insured by misusing Colossus
The Maryland Insurance Administration held that Encompass acted in bad faith by lowballing its Insured. Encompass had determined what settlement offer to make using Colossus, a program that helps a...
Insurer acted in bad faith by denying claim for damages to improvements to collapsed buildings based on selective reading of the evidence.
The MIA found that Hanover Insurance Group acted in bad faith by selectively reading the evidence produced in t...
Insurer acted in bad faith by failing to fairly evaluate the evidence presented by Insured that a third party vehicle was involved in the crash.
The MIA found that GEICO had acted in bad faith by failing to fairly evaluate the crash. The Plaintiff pr...
Insurer acted in bad faith by drawing out the claims handling process by making claims adjusters duplicate work, requesting unnecessary exams, refusing to listen to its own staff’s repeated evaluations, and low-balling the insured.
The MIA found that...
Obligatory Legal Disclaimer (but please read)
April 24, 2018
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An Introduction To This Blog
August 10, 2014
Who's Writing This Anyway?
I (that's Bob, for clarity's sake) and Yosef (my associate) write this blog together. Yosef does most of the first draft wr...
Appraisal and Its Limits
April 25, 2018
Almost all property insurance policies contain “Appraisal” clauses. These clauses establish procedures for settling claims out of court. Here’s a samp...
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