JULY 2015 BAD FAITH CASES: INSURED SUED IN PRIVATE ACTION BY CARRIER UNDER NEW JERSEY’S INSURANCE FRAUD PROTECTION ACT MAY DEMAND A JURY TRIAL (New Jersey Supreme Court)

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In Allstate New Jersey Insurance Co. v. Lajara, New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled that an insured-defendant, subject to private claims for compensatory and punitive damages under the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, is entitled to a jury trial.

Date of Decision:

Allstate New Jersey Insurance Co. v. Lajara, September Term 2013, 073511, 2015 N.J. LEXIS 797 (July 16, 2015)

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