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Colorado Court of Appeals follows national equitable subrogation trend rejecting excess carrier’s bad faith claim against primary carrier.

Posted in Bad Faith/Extra Contractual, Excess and Umbrella Insurance, Recent Cases
By Stacy Broman and Danielle Dobry on April 11, 2018 Recently, the Colorado Court of Appeals in Preferred Professional Ins. Co. v. The Doctors Co., No. 17CA0405, 2018 WL 1633269 (Colo. Ct. App. Apr. 5, 2018) determined whether an excess insurer pursuing recovery under an equitable subrogation theory for a primary insurer’s failure to settle… Continue Reading

Tenth Circuit finds no duty to defend alleged TCPA violations.

Posted in Duty to Defend, Liability Coverage, Recent Cases
By Stacy Broman and Danielle Dobry on March 7, 2018 Posted in Duty to Defend, Liability Coverage, Recent Cases The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals recently decided ACE American Insurance Co. v. Dish Network, LLC, No. 17-1140, 2018 WL 988404 (10th Cir. Feb. 21, 2018), a case involving whether statutory damages and injunctive relief  under… Continue Reading

Lessons learned from the Georgia Court of Appeals’ ruling in Hughes concerning an insurer’s good faith settlement obligations.

Posted in Bad Faith/Extra Contractual, Recent Cases
By Stacy Broman and Danielle Dobry on January 16, 2018 The Georgia Court of Appeals recently decided Hughes v. First Acceptance Ins. Co. of Georgia, No. A17A0735, 2017 WL 5013371 (Ga. Ct. App. Nov. 2, 2017), a case involving whether an insurer was liable for negligence or bad faith failure to settle. The Court of… Continue Reading