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Judge: Insured Failed To Show That Insurer Acted In Bad Faith In Denying Claim

(November 10, 2016, 3:55 PM EST) -- LAS VEGAS — An insured failed to carry his burden to provide evidence that an insurer lacked a reasonable basis to dispute the amount sought in the insured’s uninsured motorist claim or that it knew or recklessly disregarded the fact that there was no reasonable basis to dispute the amount sought, a federal judge in Nevada ruled Nov. 3 in granting the insurer’s partial motion for summary judgment on the insured’s insurance bad faith claims (Landon Amini v. CSAA General Insurance Co., No. 15-0402, D. Nev.;...
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