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SNR Denton on Haley v. Allstate Insurance Co.: Does an Insurer's Duty of Good Faith Require It to Assist the Insured in Uninsured Motorist Litigation?

By Jennifer Yu Sacro and William T. Barker, Attorneys, SNR Denton In Haley v. Allstate Insurance Co. , a Washington federal court held that an insurer may incur bad faith liability in the course of defending an uninsured motorist action filed by its insured if the insurer fails to present at trial...

Reed Smith LLP on Avoiding Disproportionate Forfeiture of Insurance Coverage Through Doctrines of Waiver, Estoppel, Mend the Hold, Prejudice, and Good Faith and Fair Dealing

By Timothy P. Law and Lisa A. Szymanski, Attorneys, Reed Smith LLP This article discusses various doctrines applied by courts to avoid the technical forfeiture of insurance coverage. These doctrines include waiver, estoppel, "mend the hold," the requirement of prejudice, and the duty of...

California Fair Claims And SIU Regulations Require Annual Training

You Must Comply With California Regulations by September 1 Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations All insurers doing business in California must comply with the requirements of California Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations (the “Regulations”) or face the ire of, and...