Attorneys Scott Ober and Matthew Lindberg obtained judgment in favor of an insurer following trial on three parties’ claims of violations of Chapter 176D and Chapter 93A. The bad faith litigation arose out of a motor vehicle accident in which a vehicle operated by the defendant’s insured struck the vehicle occupied by the three plaintiffs. The three injured parties settled their underlying personal injury claims, but preserved their Chapter 176D / 93A claims against the insurer. Each of the three then filed a complaint against the insurer. The three actions were consolidated for a bench trial. In her findings of fact and rulings of law, the judge noted the insurer’s extensive documentation of its claims activity and the testimony of several employees of the defendant. The Court did not find any violation of insurance industry standards and ordered that judgment enter in favor of the defendant.