Blog Posts in October, 2015

Insurers in Texas Cannot Lay Behind the Log and Invoke Appraisal Whenever They Want

On August 27, 2015, the Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas, Texas denied GuideOne National Insurance Company’s petition for writ of mandamus in a case alleging bad faith and breach of contract. The ...
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Court Finds Loss Payment Provisions Ambiguous As to Appraisal Award, Denies Insurer's Motion for Summary Judgment Against Daly & Black Client

Most insurance policies afford the parties the option of invoking, when the parties cannot agree on the amount of the loss, a process called appraisal where each party appoints an appraiser and the ...
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