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Split Court Overturns Jury's Award to Worker on Bad Faith Claim

Thursday, November 7, 2019 | 293 | 0 | 12 min read

A divided Mississippi Court of Appeals overturned a jury verdict awarding a parcel delivery driver $100,000 in damages on his bad faith claim against his employer’s workers’ compensation carrier. Case: Liberty Insurance Corp. v. Tutor, No. 2018-CA-00091-COA, 10/29/2019, published. Facts: Anthony Lee Tutor worked as a delivery driver for UPS. While he was climbing a flight of stairs to make a delivery, a dog startled him and he twisted, hurting his back. Tutor immediately called his UPS business manager, April Dallas. She advised Tutor that UPS supervisor Gary Bishop would m...

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