Georgia Court Takes Bright-Line Approach to Question of When Liability Insurer Has A Duty to Settle, Thereby Limiting Insurers' Potential Bad Faith Exposure Where No Formal Settlement Demand Within Policy Limits Has Been Made
A recent Georgia Supreme Court Decision unequivocally places Georgia on the side of the insurer when it comes to the long-debated question of when a liability insurer has a duty to settle a third-party claim. ... Continue Reading
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