Legal Dictionary

Legal Dictionary

There are a plethora of legal terms involved in your case. Our legal dictionary helps define terms that can become confusing from A-Z.

Bad Faith

Neglecting or refusing to fulfill a promise, this may be the basis for a law suit if it has caused a person harm. Judicial decisions have labeled ‘bad faith’ as the following: concealment; fraud; evasion of the spirit of the bargain; lack of diligence or slacking off; willful rendering of …

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Benefit Notice

A required letter or form sent to you by an insurance company to inform you of potential benefits you may be entitled to receive.
Also referred to as: notice.

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Case Results

  • $550,000: Motorcyclist Killed
  • $250,000: Auto/Bus Collision
  • $500,000: Head-on Collision
  • $1,725,000: Auto/Truck Collision
  • $1,000,000: Auto Accident
  • $290,000: Minor Injured in ATV Accident

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