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Synonyms for faith

Synonyms for faith

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

Synonyms for faith

a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

complete confidence in a person or plan etc

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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

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Securing a reasonable figure and obtaining it in good faith the first time around is of the utmost importance to any potential Coblentz plaintiff, since failure to make a prima facie case of either requirement will prevent enforcement of the settlement against the insurer.
18) As a result, to be binding on an insurer, the settlement between the Coblentz plaintiff and the insured must have been reached in good faith.
Additionally, that blatant ambiguity requiring insureds to provide "other information needed" is one which insurers can exploit to avoid or delay any obligation on their part to engage in good faith negotiations.
Thus, the claim settlement process cannot and should not be viewed as the responsibility of just the insurer, such that only one side should be charged with conducting itself in good faith during settlement.
Clarke LJ supported this view, saying "it does seem to me that if, at the time of the avoidance, Provident knew, or turned a blind eye to the fact that the earlier accident was a no-fault collision, it would not be acting in good faith if it avoided the policy because such avoidance would not be 'fair dealing.
3) Consequently, when an insured surrenders all control to his or her liability insurance carrier over the handling of a claim or lawsuit filed by a third party,"the insurer must assume a duty to exercise such control to make such decisions in good faith and with due regard for the interest of the insured.
When an insurer follows the advice given to it by counsel, the insurer's actions may be found to have been performed in good faith.
Rather, the requirement is that it attempt in good faith to settle a claim when, under all the circumstances, it could and should have done so, had it acted fairly and honestly toward its insureds with due regard for the insured's interests.
6) The North River court also stated that the follow the fortunes doctrines is broader than the obligations imposed by a "following forms" clause, which obligates the reinsurer only to cover risks insured under the reinsured policy, adding that it obligates a reinsurer to indemnify "all payments made in good faith that are reasonably within the scope of the policy's coverage.
9) The Gruenberg court declared than an insurer's obligation to make payments due under a policy is the obligation, deemed to be imposed by law, under which the insurer must act fairly and in good faith in discharging its contractual responsibilities.
For example, if the case is for breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, the handling of other claims has no bearing on whether the company handled a particular plaintiff's claim in good faith.