INSURANCE AGENTS & BAD FAITH LAW:

SHORT, “EXECUTIVE” VERSION


Michael Sean Quinn, Ph.D., J.D., C.P.C.U, Etc.

VERY BRIEF SUMMARY

 

The Supreme Court of New Hampshire, however, has come up with a new idea with might be helpful to Texas jurisprudence.  It has held that sometimes some insurance intermediaries do have a duty of good faith to their customers, although, usually, it is a typical merchant-customer relationship. 101 Ocean Blvd., LLC v. Foy Insurance Group, Inc., et al,  2021/2021011 (N.H. March 19, 2021).

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Originally posted on 04/06/2021 @ 7:06 pm

Michael Sean Quinn, PhD, JD, CPCU, Etc

Michael Sean Quinn, PhD, JD, CPCU, Etc. (530)

One of Texas's leading insurance scholars, Michael Sean Quinn is a past chair of the Insurance Section of the State Bar of Texas and has a broad legal practice.

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