InsuranceBad faithAn insured with a deductible for its liability coverage has a cognizable bad faith claim against its insurance company when the company has control over settlement of a third-party claim and engages in bad faith conduct toward the insured, even though the judgment does not exceed the policy limits."Under the circumstances of the present ...
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