Sweet Law Attorneys, Leffel, Hubbard and Evans Obtain Defense Verdict in $20 Million Bad Faith Case
Sweet Law attorneys Lance E. Leffel, Naureen Hubbard and Kyle D. Evans recently obtained a defense verdict in a case alleging breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing and fraud on behalf of Republic Fire and Casualty Insurance Company and Steve Dudash. The case involved a series of insurance claims involving mold. Plaintiffs claimed over twenty million dollars in damages. The case combined issues of bad faith and medical causation requiring presentation of multiple medical experts pertaining to alleged illness from mold. After a 13-day trial before Judge Rebecca Brett Nightingale in the District Court of Tulsa County, the jury returned a verdict for the defense on all claims.
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