A tow truck driver was sued after his truck was involved in an accident while attempting to tow another car from a highway shoulder. The driver had an insurance policy that provided him with $300,000 in coverage. The insurer failed to settle the case for within the policy limits when given the opportunity to do so, and an $800,000 judgment was entered against the driver after a trial. Following the verdict, the insurer paid its $300,000 and then ceased its defense. Bartimus, Frickleton, Robertson, Rader represented the driver and sued his insurance company for bad faith failure to settle. The bad faith case alleged that the insurer failed to protect its insured by settling the case when given the opportunity and instead engaged in a pattern of making unreasonably low settle offers. The case settled in favor of the driver for $1,500,000 and the driver was able to satisfy the judgment.