Panel: Insured Fails To Show Insurer Acted In Bad Faith In Katrina Coverage Suit

Panel: Insured Fails To Show Insurer Acted In Bad Faith In Katrina Coverage Suit

NEW ORLEANS - A Louisiana appeals panel on May 2 affirmed a lower court's finding that an insured did not satisfy her burden of proving that her insurer acted in bad faith in denying her claim for personal property damage arising from Hurricane Katrina (Ruth J. Williams v. Louisiana Citizens Fair Plan, No. 2011-CA-1471, La. App., 4th Cir.; 2012 La. App. LEXIS 599).

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