An insurer defending a claim against an insured that could exceed policy limits has a good faith obligation to settle the claim if possible. Failure to do so puts a nonsettling insurer at grave risk. An Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision shows that one insurer’s response to a policy limits settlement opportunity can be
Upcoming Event – Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters
Bradley attorney Geoffrey Greeves will present “Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters” as part of Strafford Live CLE Webinars.
The panel will discuss the evolving trends and key coverage issues triggered by natural and man-made disasters, which produce claims under nearly every type of insurance in the marketplace. The program…
No Uninsured Motorist Coverage for Rideshare Driver
A recent decision involving insurance coverage for a rideshare driver explains the temporal aspect of rideshare policies, which insure drivers during certain phases of the rideshare process. Here a driver sought uninsured motorist coverage under policies issued by James River Insurance Company, an insurer for transportation network company Uber, for injuries she sustained after dropping…