Inconsistencies In Insured’s Testimony Made Coverage Denial Reasonable, Judge Says

PITTSBURGH – Finding inconsistencies between two reports an insured made to police about a hit-and-run incident to be “germane and important” to his insurer’s investigation of the matter, a Pennsylvania federal judge on June 16 held that the insurer’s denial of coverage was not in bad faith (Earl Lehman v. Victoria Fire & Casualty Insurance Co., No. 2:09-cv-01542, W.D. Pa.; 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 64212).
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