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Insurer Must Pay $225,000 In Punitives For Bad Faith (access required)

An insurer must pay $225,000 in punitives for its bad faith dealings with the family of a teenage girl killed in an automobile accident on prom night, a Mecklenburg Superior Court jury has ruled. The case is Estate of Allison Lovell v. Nationwide Insurance Company. The bad faith suit involved a teenage girl who borrowed her father's ...

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