In re Sentry Insurance
The court found that the district court had abused its discretion when it failed to dismiss a workers' compensation claimant's allegations that the insurer had failed to pay medical expenses because the claimant had not exhausted his administrative remedies but found that the district court had properly exercised jurisdiction over the claimant's common-law and statutory bad faith claims related to the insurer's alleged breach of a settlement agreement between the insurer and claimant.
workers' compensation, jurisdiction, mandamus, abuse of discretion, administrative remedies, common law bad faith, statutory bad faith, settlement agreement
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