Mealey's Insurance - Nominal Offers 'Not Necessarily Indicative Of Bad Faith,' Panel Says, Reverses

Mealey's Insurance - Nominal Offers 'Not Necessarily Indicative Of Bad Faith,' Panel Says, Reverses

MIAMI - A Florida appeals panel on March 26 reversed and remanded a lower court's ruling refusing to award reasonable attorney fees and costs to an insurer in a Hurricane Wilma coverage dispute, finding that the insurer did not act in bad faith (State Farm Insurance Co. v. Hermina and Oscar Reyes, No. 3D12-2838, Fla. App., 3rd Dist.; 2014 Fla. App. LEXIS 4410).

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