Charles Miller is one of the most hardworking and dedicated students of American claim practices today. He recently published an article in the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal regarding claims practice testimony in bad faith cases. For practitioners, it is a must read.
The Scope of Expert Testimony in Insurance Bad Faith Cases: Can the Expert Testify on the Meaning of the Insurance Policy? has a significant amount of information beyond what the title implies. Policyholder attorneys can use it to educate judges and juries to better decide insurance coverage and insurance bad faith cases. I will comment on this in greater detail later, but wanted to post this now because many of us can use Miller’s article right away.