SACRAMENTO — Insurance industry representatives have mounted a last-ditch, long-shot effort to modify a pending return to third-party bad faith lawsuits.

Caught off guard by last week’s agreement between trial lawyers and Gov. Gray Davis, they are focusing their opposition on proposed new civil penalties that could mandate fines up to $250,000 for each act of unfairly denying or delaying a settlement of a claim.

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