STEWART v. GEICO INSURANCE et al
||GEICO INSURANCE, GEICO CASUALTY COMPANY, GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY, GEICO INDEMNITY COMPANY, GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY and GEICO CORPORATION
||June 18, 2018
||US District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
||Mark R. Hornak
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|October 11, 2020
ORDER granting 53 Motion in Limine. Plaintiff is precluded from introducing any evidence or testimony concerning the amount of the applicable UIM limits or the premiums paid for those limits. Signed by Judge Marilyn J. Horan on 10/11/2020. (bjl)
|February 19, 2020
OPINION granting 29 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment. Upon consideration of the foregoing, the claim for Bad Faith asserted by Dr. Stewart, in each instance and in the totality of circumstances, fails to produce sufficient evidence for any jury to conclude bad faith by clear and convincing evidence. As such, GEICOs Motion for Partial Summary Judgment is granted. Dr. Stewarts claim for Bad Faith in Count II of his complaint is dismissed. A separate order will follow. Signed by Judge Marilyn J. Horan on 2/19/2020. (bjl)
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