INSURER'S FAILURE TO DISCLOSE MEDICAL EXAM REPORT COULD BE BAD FAITH Haley v. Allstate | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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INSURER'S FAILURE TO DISCLOSE MEDICAL EXAM REPORT COULD BE BAD FAITH Haley v. Allstate

21 No. 6 WJINSC 8Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

INSURER'S FAILURE TO DISCLOSE MEDICAL EXAM REPORT COULD BE BAD FAITH Haley v. Allstate

21 No. 6 WJINSC 8Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

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INSURER'S FAILURE TO DISCLOSE MEDICAL EXAM REPORT COULD BE BAD FAITH

Haley v. Allstate

An insured can move forward in a Seattle federal court with her contention that an insurer acted in bad faith when it failed to disclose a more favorable medical exam report to a jury in litigation involving an uninsured-motorist claim.
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