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judge-in-robes-reading-verdict Insurance companies are often accused of bad faith when they don’t settle a claim within certain time limits. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Supreme Court of Georgia, in a decision finding that an insurance company did not act unreasonably by failing to accept a settlement offer from injured parties when the offer did not include any deadline for accepting it, has limited the risk of bad faith awards against insurers.

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