3 Key Insurance Rulings You May Have Missed This Summer

By Jeff Sistrunk (September 28, 2020, 3:47 PM EDT) -- As COVID-19 continued to dominate headlines this summer, several important insurance decisions flew under the radar, including a Minnesota Supreme Court ruling clarifying the requirements for bad faith suits and a Massachusetts high court opinion applying a narrow interpretation of a common exclusion for abuse claims.

Here, Law360 breaks down three recent rulings insurance lawyers should know.

Minn. Justices Clarify Insurance Bad Faith Law

A split Minnesota Supreme Court on July 29 clarified the requirements for a policyholder to prevail on a claim brought under the state's bad faith statute, saying the insured must show its insurance carrier's denial of benefits...

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