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This clearly written, straightforward volume examines every important issue relating to bad faith lawsuits under Pennsylvania's common law and under §8371 - Pennsylvania's "Bad Faith Statute."

For over 20 years, Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania has been one of the most trusted, go-to references in Pennsylvania—for busy practicing attorneys, insurer in-house legal departments, claims professionals, judges, and law clerks alike. 

This clearly-written, straightforward volume examines every important issue relating to bad faith lawsuits under Pennsylvania’s common law and under §8371—Pennsylvania’s “Bad Faith Statute.” 

Now including discussion of over 100 new trial and appellate court decisions, as well as all significant bad faith cases, the 20th Edition will prepare you to handle any dispute in the bad faith arena. 

Included in the 22nd Edition of Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania: 

  • Summaries of all significant bad faith cases, organized by category
  • Discussion of over 100 new trial and appellate court opinions
  • In-depth analysis of the hottest topics in the field, including: 
    • Federal court dismissal of bad faith complaints under Iqbal and Twombly decisions 
    • The questionable expansion of first- and third-party common law bad faith 
    • Bad faith claims seeking compensatory and consequential damages 
    • Post-Koken UM and UIM bad faith claims 
    • Disputes over delay in payment and settlement negotiations
  • Discussion of strategic considerations in presenting, and defending against, bad faith claims 
  • The latest court decisions dealing with discovery battles over claims-handling documents 
  • Updated Verdict Index, summarizing bad faith trial verdicts in Pennsylvania  
Additional Information
Division Name The Legal Intelligencer
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand The Legal Intelligencer
Publication Date December 28, 2023
Jurisdiction Pennsylvania
ISBN 978-1-58852-788-2
Page Count 1870
Edition 24th
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Richard McMonigle

RICHARD L. McMONIGLE, Jr. is Senior Counsel in the Insurance Law Department of Post & Schell, P.C.  In over thirty years as an insurance coverage and bad faith trial attorney, he has earned a stellar reputation defending insurance companies and their employees in litigation involving complex coverage issues, alleged bad faith, policyholder fraud, and life, health, and disability claims.  He has authored numerous articles on bad faith and provided training to claims handlers and attorneys on the subject.  Mr. McMonigle serves as a consultant and testifying expert witness in insurance bad faith litigation, and has been retained by parties for both insurers and policyholders to serve as a voluntary mediator in insurance disputes.  He is also the author of ALM’s Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey.

Bryan M. Shay

BRYAN M. SHAY is a Principal in Post & Schell’s Philadelphia and New Jersey offices, and a member of the Firm’s Insurance Law Department. With a practice focused on insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, Mr. Shay advises and represents national clients in a variety of complex coverage disputes arising from both commercial and personal insurance policies. He has frequently written and presented on topics related to good faith claims handling and insurance coverage.

Jeffrey M. Brenner

JEFFREY M. BRENNER is a Principal in the Insurance Law Department of Post & Schell, P.C. where he represents national and regional insurers in complex insurance coverage and bad faith disputes involving personal and commercial lines. He has served Post & Schell’s insurance clients in more than 40 states, including many with significant bad faith exposure, including: California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas, with a full spectrum of complex coverage consulting services, including coverage opinions, reservation of rights and denial letters, examinations under oath, rescission, interpleader, and declaratory judgment actions. He also routinely handles agent-broker disputes, and causes of action filed under Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices Act and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL).

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