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For the past 18 years, Randy Maniloff of White and Williams, LLP in Philadelphia has published a special edition of his Coverage Opinions Newsletter on the year’s ten most significant liability insurance coverage decisions.  The Keodalah v. Allstate decision by the Washington Court of Appeals, which held that adjusters can be personally sued for bad faith and for violations of Washington’s Consumer Protection Act, made the list of the “Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions Of 2018.”

Soha & Lang, P.S. Shareholder, Paul Rosner was honored to accept Mr. Maniloff’s invitation to examine the implications of the Keodalah decision as the sole guest author for the 2018 edition of his top ten list.

Mr. Rosner’s article is available at: http://coverageopinions.info/Vol8Issue1/Keodalah.html

The current edition of Coverage Opinions with links to articles on all of the top ten decisions and other content is available at:  http://coverageopinions.info/Vol8Issue1/CurrentIssue.html

If you have questions about Keodalah v. Allstate or any other coverage issues, please feel free to contact Paul Rosner or any other Soha & Lang, P.S. Shareholder.

The opinions expressed in this blog and in the linked articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Soha & Lang, P.S. or its clients.