Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania
Standing Order with Automatic Update Service
Richard L. McMonigle, Jr., Principal, Post & Schell, P.C.
With Forewords by Hon. Edward N. Cahn (Ret.) and Joseph R. Roda, Esq.
Covers Pennsylvania's common law and §8371 - Pennsylvania's "Bad Faith Statute."
Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania is designed for busy practicing attorneys, claims professionals, judges and law clerks. 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." With this helpful book, you'll be able to handle any debate in the bad faith arena.
The seventeenth edition of Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania includes the following:
Over sixty-five (65) new court opinions briefed and discussed
Summaries of all significant bad faith cases, organized by category
Discussion of the impact of recent important decisions, including:
The ongoing litigation in Berg v. Nationwide Ins. Co.
Wolfev. Allstate, and assignability of §8371 bad faith claims
McMahonv. Medical Protective,and third-party bad faith claims
The Supreme Court decision in Babcock & Wilcox Co. v. American NuclearInsurers
In-depth analysis of the hottest topics in the field:
The questionable expansion of first- and third-party common law bad faith
Continuing debate over severance and bifurcation in post-Koken UM and UIM claims
Disputes over delay in payment and settlement negotiations
Claims for compensatory and consequential damages
Strategic considerations in presenting, and defending against, bad faith claims
The latest court decisions dealing with the discover ability of claims handling documents, and protection afforded for attorney communications and work product
Updated Verdict Index, summarizing bad faith trial verdicts in Pennsylvania
|Division Name||The Legal Intelligencer|
|Brand||The Legal Intelligencer|
|Publication Date||December 28, 2018|