Insurance company not entitled to a jury trial during a hearing to determine whether an insured’s settlement with a claimant was reasonable and not the product of fraud or collusion

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Insurance company not entitled to a jury trial during a hearing to determine whether an insured’s settlement with a claimant was reasonable and not the product of fraud or collusion; appellate court upholds trial court’s finding that the settlement was reasonable

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