Ehrlich Law Firm obtains reversal of order dismissing bad-faith and broker-negligence lawsuit

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Ehrlich Law firm obtains reversal of order dismissing bad-faith and broker-negligence lawsuit

California Court of Appeal Second Appellate District Los AngelesIn Koch v. Markel Ins., No. B213610, the Second Appellate District, Division 7, reversed an order sustaining a demurrer to the plaintiff’s claims against his insurance broker and his business insurer for negligence, breach of contract, and bad faith.

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