Is There A Genuine Dispute or Is It Bad Faith?

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Insureds trying to decide whether or not their carrier has an honest difference of opinion with them about a claim or is engaging in tortious bad faith need to include the genuine dispute doctrine in their thinking process.

Attorneys counseling either insureds or carriers need to have a grasp of this doctrine as well, whether they are providing advice during the course of a claim or in the midst of bad faith litigation.

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