Informing Insured of Settlement Negotiations- 2
Before an insurer can be found to have acted tortuously, i.e., in bad faith, in refusing to bestow policy benefits, it must have done so “without proper cause.” … Of course, the converse of “without proper cause” is that declining to perform a contractual duty under the policy with proper cause is not a breach of the implied covenant.
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