The Court held that when an insurer breaches its contractual duty to defend the insured, the insurer’s liability is not capped at the policy limits plus the insured’s defense costs; an insurer may be liable for any consequential damages caused by its breach. Moreover, whether the insurer acted in good-faith is irrelevant for determining the damages for a breach of this duty.
Maul, Austin, "Century Surety Co. v. Andrew, 134 Nev. Adv. Op. 100 (Dec. 13, 2018) (en banc)" (2018). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1214.