The Washington State Court of Appeals has further tipped the scales in favor of insureds in insurance bad faith and Consumer Protection Act (CPA) litigation. The Court of Appeals held in Keodalah v. Allstate Ins. Co., that (1) RCW 48.01.030 imposes a duty of good faith on “all persons” engaged in the business of insurance, and (2) the CPA does not require a contractual relationship to exist between the parties in order for a claim to be valid. In other words, bad faith and CPA claims against an individual insurance adjuster will be viable.
Insurance Bad Faith And Consumer Protection Act Claims Against Individual Insurance Adjusters Deemed Valid
November 6, 2018
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