Insurance Bad Faith Verdict
Tuter v. GEICO and Smith Freed and Eberhard PC, Multnomah County Case No. 1309-13606
Plaintiff was sued as a result of a car versus motorcycle collision in August of 2007. Defendant, GEICO, was his auto insurance company. Plaintiff had an insurance policy with $100,000 limits. The lawyer for the injured party made multiple demands to GEICO in which they offered to settle for the limits of Plaintiff’s insurance policy and not pursue Plaintiff for amounts over the policy. GEICO would not agree to pay limits unless the injured party’s health insurer was named on . . .
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