Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C.

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Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C. 

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Telephone: 215-893-9300
Fax: 215-893-8719

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Federal Court Interprets Statutory Requirements Of Underinsured Waiver Rejection; Insured Does Not Need To Date Form For It Be Valid And Insureds' Claims Dismissed (Philadelphia Federal)
February 17, 2015
Husband and wife plaintiffs allege their vehicle was involved in an accident, the damages resulting from the collision exceeded the amount of insurance recovered from the tortfeasor, that they made a claim to their insurer for underinsured motorist coverage, and that the insurer wrongfully and in...

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules That Statutory Bad Faith Claims May Be Assigned, Focusing On Legislative Intent And Remedial Nature Of Statute (Supreme Court of Pennsylvania)
February 17, 2015
In Allstate Property and Casualty Ins. Co. v. Wolfe, the Third Circuit had certified the issue to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania as to whether an insured may assign the right to recover damages from his insurance company deriving from the insurer’s bad faith toward the insured, under 42...

Where Insurer Denies Claim, And Insured Settles With Tortfeasor, Court Observes That If Insurer's Denial Is In Bad Faith There Is An Equitable Waiver Of Its Subrogation Claim (New Jersey Appellate Division)
February 17, 2015
In Nucci v. American Insurance Company, New Jersey’s Appellate Division addressed an insurer’s subrogation rights where it had originally denied coverage, was subject to suit for non-payment, and the insured partially settled the matter with another co-defendant whom had caused the...


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