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Insurance Bad Faith

Definition

A tort claim an injured person may have against his insurance company for breaching its implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Under its obligation of good faith, the insurance company must at all times consider the best interests of the insured to the same degree as it considers its own interests.

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