AFTER ‘REASONABLE’ INVESTIGATION, DENYING FIRE-LOSS CLAIM WASN'T BAD FAITH Wm. Gasseling Ranches v. Am. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

AFTER ‘REASONABLE’ INVESTIGATION, DENYING FIRE-LOSS CLAIM WASN'T BAD FAITH Wm. Gasseling Ranches v. Am. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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AFTER ‘REASONABLE’ INVESTIGATION, DENYING FIRE-LOSS CLAIM WASN'T BAD FAITH

Wm. Gasseling Ranches v. Am. Ins. Co.

An insurance carrier did not act in bad faith when it refused to cover damage allegedly caused by a fire as the insurer had conducted a reasonable investigation before issuing the denial, a federal judge in Seattle has ruled.
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