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Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey

New Jersey bad faith law presents challenges to attorneys for claimants and insurers alike, as many procedural and substantive issues remain unresolved.

The 4th Edition of Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey is authored by Post & Schell Insurance Law Chair Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. and published by The Legal Intelligencer and American Lawyer Media. Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey is a single volume collection of New Jersey Law on bad faith litigation. It analyzes the judicial reasoning behind the court decisions, cites relevant statutory and regulatory authority, and identifies the legal theories the practitioner may encounter.

Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey includes:

  • Detailed summaries of all significant New Jersey and federal bad faith decisions organized by category
  • In-depth analysis of all relevant topics in the field
  • Procedural and strategic considerations in bringing and defending against a bad faith claim
  • Discussion of the hot issues facing policyholders and their insurers

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Disclaimer: This post does not offer specific legal advice, nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. You should not reach any legal conclusions based on the information contained in this post without first seeking the advice of counsel.

About the Author

Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. is a Principal and Chair of the Firm's Insurance Law Department. He advises national clients on significant insurance coverage and claims compliance matters and defends individual and class action cases involving complex coverage issues, alleged bad faith, policyholder fraud, and life, health, and disability claims.  He is the author of the only treatise on bad faith law in Pennsylvania, Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania, now in its 17th edition, as well as Insurance Bad Faith in New Jerseynow in its 3rd editionboth published by American Lawyer Media (ALM).

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