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Civil Practice – Removal – Diversity Jurisdiction – Fraudulent Joinder Argument – Insurance Adjuster – Unfair Trade Practices — Tort/Negligence – Fraud – Pleadings (access required)

New Jerusalem Rebirth & Restoration Ministries, Inc. v. Meyer The N.C. courts have not addressed whether an insurance adjuster may be subject to individual liability for unfair trade practices. In the absence of an N.C. case that squarely resolves that plaintiff’s claim is not actionable, there is at least some possibility that plaintiff may recover against the defendant-adjuster under G.S. Chapter 75.

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