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Mealey's Insurance - Insured Failed To Offer Proof Of Damages Caused By Alleged Bad Faith Conduct

SALT LAKE CITY - A bad faith claim alleged against an auto insurer cannot proceed because the insured failed to offer any evidence that he was damaged as a result of the insurer's alleged breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, a Utah federal judge said Feb. 10 in granting the auto insurer's motion for summary judgment (Daniel Christensen v. Mid-Century Insurance Co., et al., No. 19-164, D. Utah, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23511).
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