JUNE 2017 BAD FAITH CASES: NO DIRECT ACTION FOR BAD FAITH WHERE PLAINTIFF WAS NOT INSURED BY DEFENDANT (Philadelphia Federal)

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In this case, the plaintiff attempted to bring various claims against an insurer, including a bad faith claim. Pennsylvania is not a direct action state. The pleadings revealed that the insurer defendant did not insure the plaintiff. The plaintiff thus had no claims against the insurer, and all claims against the insurer were dismissed.

Date of Decision: June 20, 2017

ABC Capital Invs., LLC v. CNA Financial Corporation, No. 16-CV-4943 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 95433 (E.D. Pa. June 20, 2017) (Joyner, J.)

 

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