Judge: Insured Failed To Show That Insurers’ Handling Of Claim Was In Bad Faith
Mealey's (April 14, 2016, 3:27 PM EDT) -- INDIANAPOLIS — Dismissal of an insured’s bad faith denial of coverage claim in an insurance dispute is proper because the insured failed to show that insurers wrongfully denied coverage or mismanaged the claims handling, a federal judge in Indiana ruled April 12 (Telamon Corp. v. The Charter Oak Fire Insurance Co., et al., No. 13-0382, S.D. Ind.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 48803).
(Order available. Document #07-160425-006R.)
Telamon Corp. purchased a commercial property insurance policy from The Charter Oak Fire Insurance Co. and a Wrap+® crime policy...