Kyle Scott Law just received an opinion Zubillaga v. Allstate from the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three in favor of our client regarding her bad faith lawsuit against Allstate after an uninsured motorist binding arbitration.  

The Court of Appeal held:  

“Considering the objective facts known to Allstate at the time its final decision to deny plaintiff‟s $35,000 demand was made, and viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to plaintiff as required, we are convinced “, a jury could conclude that the insurer acted unreasonably.‟” (Wilson, supra, 42 Cal.4th at p. 724.)”  

This ruling will not only help our client, but will assist other consumers like her that have purchased insurance and are due a duty of good faith and fair dealing when making a claim for benefits due to them under the insurance policy that they have purchased and on which they have paid premiums.

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