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Public Policy Considerations Concerning Insurance Bad Faith and Residual Market Mechanisms
Baylor Law Review (2014)
  • Chad G. Marzen, Florida State University
Abstract

The question of whether first-party insurance bad faith liability should be extended upon a state-run property insurer is an unresolved one in many jurisdictions. This article contributes to the contemporary literature regarding bad faith in insurance by comprehensively analyzing the history of, the nature of the claims associated with, and public policies concerning the imposition of bad faith liability upon state-run property insurers. This article makes it contribution by arguing the courts should not impose first-party bad faith liability on state-run property insurers who operate in the residual property insurance market.

Publication Date
2014
Citation Information
Chad G. Marzen. "Public Policy Considerations Concerning Insurance Bad Faith and Residual Market Mechanisms" Baylor Law Review (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/chad_marzen/18/