Developing the Bad Faith Claim against the First Party Auto Insurer

Author(s): David A. Payne

April 2, 2004

Ontario law recognizes quite clearly the statutory accident benefit insurer’s duty of the utmost good faith to its insured and its potential liability for punitive damages should it be breached.

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