I have personal injury case that went in to them apparently violating the bad faith law in florida i was wondering if once its considered bad faith is that permanently bad faith or can they go back to giving what the policy limit is
I would require a lot more information to determine whether you indeed have a claim that exceeds the available insurance coverage for which the applicable carrier failed to satisfy its fiduciary duty of good faith and fair dealing. To learn more about insurance carrier bad faith and the overall responsibilities of insurance carriers, please visit the following link http://www.dolmanlaw.com/practice-area/insuranc...
I wish you the best of luck.
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