Insurance — Bad faith — Discovery — Privileged information — Appeals — Insurer seeking certiorari review of trial court order requiring insurer to produce documents, which insurer claims are privileged and/or work product documents, after in camera inspections by a special master and the trial court — Petition is denied where insurer failed to preserve the documents at issue for appellate review — In the absence of a record reflecting the material reviewed by the trial court, appellate court cannot review trial court’s findings — Insurer may not cure incomplete appendix under rule 9.220(a) where nothing indicates that insurer followed proper procedure for filing documents at issue under seal with the trial court — Because documents are not in trial court’s record, they cannot be transmitted to appellate court for review under the rule
45 Fla. L. Weekly D1714a
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