Delaware has a three-year statute of limitations period for the filing of a bad faith claim. In Homeland Ins. Co. of New York v. CorVel Corp., 197 A.3d 1042 (Del. 2018) the Court held that the limitations period began to run when the insured could plead a bad faith claim and not when the Court ultimately determined contested coverage.
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