Lawyers, not consumers, benefit from Florida’s ‘bad faith’ law – Insurance


United States: Lawyers, not consumers, benefit from Florida’s ‘bad faith’ law

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The law governing bad faith actions in insurance disputes in Florida “benefits attorneys at the expense of consumers,” said Julie Nevins, partner at Stroock. Insurance Journal. Julie’s comment follows a hotly contested lawsuit over whether an insurance company intentionally issued a check to multiple parties in an effort to delay payment of the check.

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