I'm a plaintiff in a personal injury case. We withdrew prior demand for policy limits and informed defense that projected future medical costs will far exceed policy limits. Current demand is much higher. I am now considering repeating demand for policy limits to open up bad faith claim. How risky is this? What is likelihood that insurance company will not settle for policy limits when they've been informed of projected medical costs?From the responses, looks like I should add: My attorney is great and I absolutely respect his opinion. We're still discussing and he's leaving the decision up to me, so I just wanted to get some other perspectives on the risk factor.
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