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Uninsured Motorist Carriers Do Not Have a Duty to Negotiate in Good Faith Prior to Trial
Uninsured Motorist Carriers Do Not Have a Duty to Negotiate in Good Faith Prior to Trial

Under the terms of my uninsured motorist coverage, does my own automobile insurance company have a duty to negotiate in good faith with me to settle my personal injury claim prior to trial? Surprisingly, the answer is no. In fact, in a recent case the Virginia Supreme Court ...

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