Judge: Insureds’ Chance Of Providing Support For Bad Faith Claim Likely
Mealey's (May 24, 2016, 9:05 AM EDT) -- OKLAHOMA CITY — Dismissal of an insurance breach of contract and bad faith lawsuit is not proper because insureds have shown that they have a “reasonable likelihood” of providing factual support for their claim, a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled May 19 (Steven Daniels, et al. v. Safeco Insurance Company of America, No. 16-360, W.D. Okla.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 65964).
(Opinion available. Document #07-160613-005Z.)
Steven and Amy Daniels purchased a homeowners insurance policy from Safeco Insurance Company of America and filed a claim pursuant to...