Attorney’s fees — Proposal for settlement — Trial court properly denied insurance company’s motion for attorney’s fees pursuant to joint proposals for settlement made to two plaintiffs where proposals provided that if either plaintiff accepted the proposal, she would agree to indemnify insurance company for attorney’s fees and costs, including any incurred from continuing litigation should the other plaintiff not settle — Proposals prevent plaintiffs from independently evaluating offer, and proposals would only cause further litigation
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2015b
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