NOVMEBER 2017 BAD FAITH CASES: NO BAD FAITH WHERE TIMELY DENIAL BASED ON REASONABLE READING OF POLICY (Philadelphia Federal)

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In this UIM case, the court found that “within approximately four weeks of being notified of Plaintiff’s claim, Defendant [insurer] apparently investigated and denied his claim on the basis of a reasonable reading of the Policy language and the law applicable to such situations. …. In such circumstances, there is no basis for finding that Defendant acted in bad faith, and summary judgment is proper.”

Date of Decision: October 31, 2017

Reeves v. Travelers Cos., NO. 16-6448, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 179720 (E.D. Pa. Oct. 31, 2017) (Baylson, J.)

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