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South Dakota Supreme Court Affirms Jury Verdict in Bad Faith Case


When a person is injured in a motor vehicle accident and the responsible party lacks sufficient liability coverage to compensate the injured party for his or her damages, the injured person may resort to a claim against their own auto coverage for underinsured motorist (UIM) benefits. UIM claims present unique challenges to insurers and their adjusters because the specter of a bad faith claim is lurking in the background. Read More...

By: Chris Madsen