According to the detailed Opinion, the case came before the court as an insurance bad faith and breach of contract action arising out of a title insurance policy. The parties proceeded to a bench trial after both parties waived their right to a jury trial.
|Judge Carmen D. Minora|
The court found that the “extreme delay” found in the record before the court in this case constituted bad faith under 42
As such, the court entered a verdict comprising of compensatory and punitive damages that in the above amount.
Plaintiff’s counsel was Carl J. Guagliardo of the
law firm of Selingo & Guagliardo. Kingston, Pennsylvania
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