In Haines v. Taft, the New Jersey Supreme Court considered whether injured motorists who chose the $15,000 insurance minimum for PIP benefits can seek admission of evidence regarding medical expenses in excess of the minimum amount. The Court examined whether the New Jersey Legislature intended to deviate from its highly regulated no-fault system of first-party… Read More


In Grey Oaks Country Club v. Zurich American Insurance Company, the District Court for the Middle District of Florida examined whether a policyholder could sustain a cause of action for bad faith against an insurer simultaneously with a coverage action. Relying on well-settled Florida case law, the court held that plaintiff’s bad faith claim was… Read More