The Second District Court of Appeal, reversing a trial court’s decision, ruled the 60-day cure period for bad faith by an insurer begins when the insured files a civil remedy notice — not when the insurer receives a copy of it. The decision broadens the number of situations in which insurers may be at risk of statutory bad faith claims brought by their insureds.

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