Courts Find Direct Repair Claims Not So Direct
Article by Daniel Twilla, Esq. and Kathleen Dapper. Esq., published in The Legal Intelligencer
Posted on July 26, 2022
Pennsylvania bad-faith lawyers are all too familiar with the tortured history and anticlimactic outcome of the Berg v. Nationwide case. In part because of the issues before the court and in part because the Pennsylvania Supreme Court did not reach a majority disposition, Pennsylvania’s highest court did not issue a binding, precedential decision in Berg—leaving for another day the question of an insurance company’s duties when repairing a vehicle damaged in an accident.
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