Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C.

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Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C. 

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Attorney Insured’s Breach of Contract and Bad Faith Claims Dismissed under Prior Knowledge Exclusion in Malpractice Policy Where Dragonetti Action Against Attorney and the Clients Bringing Subsequent Malpractice Suit Created Objectively Reasonable Basis to Know of Potential Malpractice Claim (Philadelphia Federal)
July 10, 2014
In Ettinger & Assocs., LLC v. Hartford/Twin City Fire Ins. Co., the court addressed coverage under an attorney’s professional liability policy. The initial events concerned a suit against a realtor, who purportedly failed to inform his clients correctly about the zoning of a lot adjacent...

Berks County Trial Judge Awards $18,000,000 in Punitive Damages and $3,000,000 in Attorney’s Fees and Costs (Berks County Court of Common Pleas)
July 10, 2014
Following in temper the trial court judges’ decisions in Hollock v. Erie Insurance Exchange, 54 Pa. D.&C. 4th 449 (C.C.P. Luzerne 2002), and Corch Construction Company v. Assurance Company of America, 64 Pa. D.&C. 4th 496 (C.C.P. Luzerne 2003), a Berks County Judge has issued a decision...

Conclusory Legal Allegations are Insufficient to State Bad Faith Claim under Twombly/Iqbal, But Court Gave Plaintiff Opportunity to Amend and Cure Pleading Deficiencies (Middle District)
July 10, 2014
In Warnstorff v. State Farm Automobile Insurance Company, the insured brought a bad faith claim against its carrier for unreasonably delaying the evaluation of her underinsured motorist claim, and withholding payment. The plaintiff alleged four specific actions in her complaint which she claimed...


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