Insurance LawJames P. Goslee, The Legal Intelligencer
Revisiting the Feingold Decisions — Putting Bad Faith in Context
Like most jurisdictions, Pennsylvania allows individuals who have been subject to judgments in excess of their insurance coverage to either sue their insurer, or assign that right to the judgment holder, for its failure to engage in a good-faith effort to resolve the claim within the available limits of insurance.
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