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Bad faith: Revisiting an insurer’s affirmative duty to settle (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

September 1, 2016

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Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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Bad Faith

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Summary

Absent a settlement demand, insurers have no duty to present a settlement offer where a verdict is likely to exceed the policy limit.

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Charles M. Miller

Charles M. Miller’s practice has been devoted to insurance law since 1990. From 1972 to 1990, he was employed in the... Read More

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