BAD FAITH Proposed New York legislation would create a private right of action against insurers for a refusal to pay or delay in paying a claim without “reasonable justification.” The legislation, introduced in May 2021, specifies circumstances in which “reasonable justification” would not exist, including where an insurer “failed to effectuate a prompt and fair…
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