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Bad Faith - Extra Contract Liability
"No showing of evil motives or intentional misconduct is required, but rather a breach of the covenant of good faith and their dealing implied by law in every contract. It gives rise to tort liability." First Party Claims: 1. Claims under life, medical and disability policies
2. Claims for damages to the insured's property, homeowners insurance, commercial casualty policies, etc., and third party claims
3. When a liability insurer refuses to "defend" the insured against the third party's claims despite an obligation to do so
4. The "third party" case is one in which the "bad faith" action is based on an insurance company's unreasonable management of, or refusal to settle a third party's claim against the insured under a liability insurance policy.