Other Bad Faith Decisions of Interest from Pennsylvania State Trial Courts

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Following on today’s post concerning bad faith decisions by state trial judges, we note recent postings in the Tort Talk Blog with bad faith decisions emanating from state courts.

The first is a Monroe County decision, discussed here, granting a motion to sever and stay a bad faith claim in a UIM case.

The second is actually a non-precedential Superior court opinion, discussed here, which affirmed a trial court’s ruling that there could be no bad faith where it was determined that there could be no coverage.

As always, our thanks to Tort Talk for finding and discussing opinions on the subject.

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