SEPTEMBER 2012 BAD FAITH CASES: COURT DENIES CARRIER’S POST-TRIAL MOTION SEEKING NEW TRIAL ON INSUREDS’ BAD FAITH CLAIM (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas)

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In Egan v. USI Mid-Atlantic, Inc., the court heard post-trial motions filed by parties to an ongoing insurance fraud suit. With respect to the bad faith issue, the carrier, a holding company and insurer, argued that the Court erred by denying a directed verdict on the insured’s claim for delay in receiving stacked benefits and its summary judgment motion on the statutory bad faith claim. However, the court disagreed, finding that the issue was “thoroughly argued and determined.”

Date of Decision: February 23, 2012

Egan v. USI Mid-Atlantic, Inc., No. 3444, 2012 Phila. Ct. Com. Pl. LEXIS 240, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas (C.C.P. Phila. 2012) (Smith, J.)

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