Deciphering “Good Faith” for Insurers Defending Coblentz Agreements in Florida

Since the 1969 seminal case of Coblentz v. Am Surety Co. out of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that found an insurer that breaches its duty to defend must pay the amount of damages stipulated to between the claimant …

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