Insurance — Attorney’s fees — Proposal for settlement — Court properly awarded insurer attorney’s fees as prevailing insurer pursuant to proposal for settlement — Insured’s separate count for declaratory relief was not a claim for purely equitable relief that invalidated insurer’s proposal for settlement because the real issue in the case was claim for breach of contract and money damages — Insurer is entitled to attorney’s fees incurred and actually paid or payable to its attorneys from service of the proposal for settlement through date of order granting entitlement to fees
44 Fla. L. Weekly D1223b
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