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Case opinion for CA Court of Appeal WILSON v. WESTERN ... Feinstein (1940) 15 C.2d 413, 423, 101 P.2d 696; Standard Acc. Ins. Co. v. Pratt (1955) 130 ...

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Case opinion for CA Supreme Court WILSON v. ... 21ST CENTURY INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant and Respondent. ..... I agree that we must evaluate the insurer's reasonableness under a “totality of the circumstances” standard.

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Case opinion for CA Court of Appeal WILSON v. ... The other driver's insurance company paid Wilson its policy limit of $15,000 and Wilson requested 21st Century to pay the ..... Standard Fire Ins. (1986) 149 Ill.App.3d 932, 103 Ill.Dec. 25, 500 ...

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Sep 19, 1988 ... Morreim, Cost Containment and the Standard of Medical Care, ..... tecting insurance companies that use prospective utilization review;. 65.

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Jul 27, 1990 ... Wilson v. Blue Cross of So. California (1990) - 222 Cal. App. 3d 660, 271 Cal. ... exists as to whether the conduct of the decedent's insurance company and ... First , as a matter of law, the discharge decision met the standard of ...

scocal.stanford.edu/opinion/wilson-v-21st-century-ins-33220

(Century Surety Co. v. Polisso (2006) 139 Cal.App.4th 922, 949, italics added; see also Chateau Chamberay Homeowners Assn. v. Associated Internat. Ins. Co.

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Dec 3, 2013 ... Wilson v. 21st Century. Wilson was an underinsured-motorist (UIM) bad-faith ... ( Egan v. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. (1979) 24 Cal.3d 809, 819.) ...

www.longtermdisabilityblog.com/2018/04/michigan-court-uphold-reliances-termination-of-long-term-disability-benefits.html

Apr 13, 2018 ... In James Wilson v. Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company, a Michigan District Court ruled in favor of Reliance and found its termination of long term disability benefits to plaintiff Wilson was not arbitrary and capricious.

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claim, the patient is told up front that his insurance company will not pay for the proposed care ... A breach of that duty, or a failure to conform to the standard;. 3. A causal .... court in Wilson expanded the potential liability of utilization review.