Price v. State Farm

CONCLUDED

Oral Argument
09/11/13 – 09/11/13

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Summary

In this uninsured motorist case the plaintiff Edward F. Price, III seeks the full value to which he is entitled under the Delaware UM statue, 18 Del. Code Sec. 902, and his State Farm UM coverage. Mr. Price also seeks recovery for State Farm's breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Mr. Price commenced the action on July 12, 2011. State Farm tendered just $50,000, or half of the UM limit for Mr. Price's claim. In this oral argument before the Delaware Supreme Court, plaintiff's counsel appealed the decision of the lower court, which concluded that
Mr. Price entered into a settlement of agreement with State Farm by virtue of his conduct.

Outcome

The judgment of the Superior Court was affirmed.

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