Insurance Law: End Of The Line For 'Procedural Bad Faith' In Connecticut

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The Connecticut Supreme Court has finally shed the illuminating radiance of reason and respect for traditional rules of contract to dispose of the shadowy notion that insurance companies that have fully complied with their policies can still be sued for how they acted toward a policyholder seeking money for an uncovered claim.

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