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The Importance of Applicable State Law in a Bad Faith Action
(from 2014 Insurance Coverage Law Case Digest)

March 25, 2014 | Steven A. Meyerowitz, Esq., Director, FC&S Legal
Oregon and Arizona's policies regarding insurance bad faith are drastically different. Arizona recognizes that conduct constituting insurance bad faith may cause a person to suffer more than mere economic injuries, and thus recognizes it as a tort. Oregon, however, limits bad faith causes of actions to contract, thus making emotional or physical damages unrecoverable. A recent decision by an Arizona appellate court highlights the practical significance of determining, in the first instance, the applicable law governing a bad faith claim.


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2014 Insurance Coverage Law Case Digest
By Steven A. Meyerowitz, Esq. and Victoria Prussen Spears, Esq.

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