Insurance Law

Justices: No 'Smoking Gun' Needed to Establish Insurance Bad Faith

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Plaintiffs do not need to provide 
so-called "smoking gun" evidence of ill will to bring bad-faith claims against insurance carriers, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled in an issue of first impression for the court.

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