Insurance 101 – Chapter 11 – Volume 98 – The Statute of Limitations as Defense to Tort of Bad Faith

The Statute of Limitations as Defense to Tort of Bad Faith

Every personal action for which no limitation is otherwise prescribed shall be brought: (a) Within two years next after the right to bring the same shall have accrued; if it be for
damage to property; (b) within two years next after the right to bring the same shall have accrued if it be for damages for personal injuries; and (c) within one year next after the right to bring the same shall have accrued if it be for any other matter of such nature that,  In case a party die, it could not have been brought at common law by or against his personal representative.

The following video was adapted from my book, “Insurance Claims A Comprehensive Guide” Published by the National Underwriter Company and is available at the Zalma Insurance Claims Library

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