In Alpizar-Fellas v. Favero, 906 F.3d 910 (3rd Cir. 2018) (interpreting New Jersey law) the Court found that an adjuster’s alleged fraudulent representations which induced the insured to sign a release that the insured did not understand gave rise to a private right of action under New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act.
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