A Comparison of Insurance Bad Faith Law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York
People buy insurance policies so they can receive benefits if a covered event occurs. However, insurance companies may wrongfully deny a claim, delay payment on a claim or underpay on a claim. This may give rise to a “bad faith” insurance litigation claim against the carrier. As the definition of a bad faith claim continues to evolve, it is important that insurance attorneys understand what constitutes bad faith, in what contexts the claims may arise, and what bad faith is actionable.
Christopher Leise, Partner in the Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Group, participates in a panel discussion that will compare and contrast bad faith cases in New Jersey with neighboring states, Pennsylvania and New York.
- William D. Wilson, Esq. | Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass
- Honorable Frank J. DeAngelis | Morris County Courthouse
- Christopher P. Leise | White and Williams LLP
- Sherilyn Pastor, Esq. | McCarter’s Insurance Coverage Group
- Carl A. Salisbury, Esq. | Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC
(Registration fee may be required)