OCTOBER 2017 BAD FAITH CASES: LOW BUT REASONABLE LOSS ESTIMATE NOT BAD FAITH (Middle District)

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The excellent Tort Talk Blog today posted a federal Middle District case, Davenport v. USAA Casualty Ins. Co., No. 1:16-CV-2378 (M.D.Pa. Oct. 11, 2017) (Jones, J.), where the court granted the insurer summary judgment on the bad faith claims.  Among other things, the court observed that low but reasonable loss estimates are not bad faith.  You can find the summary, with a case link, here.

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