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Texas Supreme Court Opinion Likely to be Misused by Insurers
Texas Supreme Court Opinion Likely to be Misused by Insurers

On October 31, 2014, without hearing oral argument, the Supreme Court of Texas issued what might seem, on the surface, to be a blow to policyholders seeking discovery from insurance companies in lawsuits alleging wrongful denial and underpayment of claims. We fully expect ...

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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Daly and Black's State Farm Victory Earns them Texas Lawyer's "Litigators of the Week"

    This Past week Texas Lawyer named Daly and Black their "Litigators of the Week" for a jury trial victory against State Farm, an insurer that ...

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  • Cosmetic Damage Endorsements: Don't Be Fooled

    Consumers all over the United States are (more and more) starting to see "cosmetic damage endorsements" contained in their policies, or offered by ...

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  • State Farm Seeks FAA Permission to Test Drones

    Truth is often stranger than fiction. The Chicago Tribune reported just this week that insurance giant State Farm has filed an application with the ...

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  • Texas Insurers Support Bad Insurance Practices in Upcoming Legislative Session

    Time to Tell Your Local Lawmaker You Don't Want Your Rights Eliminated When insurance companies lose at the courthouse, they hire their powerful ...

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  • Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals: Texas Policyholders Dealt a Better Hand

    The Fourteenth Court of Appeals recently held that injuries independent from underpaid policy benefits are not required under the Insurance Code when ...

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  • Devastating Storm Hammers North and Central Texas

    A fast-moving storm with large hail and straight-line winds up to 85 miles per hour blew through North and Central Texas on Thursday, October 2, 2014, ...

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  • Sharing Protective Orders in Texas

    Not surprisingly, insurance companies rarely like to share. In many insurance disputes, there are hundreds and even thousands of similarly situated ...

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  • Largest Defamation Verdict in Indiana Upheld Against State Farm

    On September 16, 2014, an Indiana contractor was awarded $14.5+ million in a defamation claim against State Farm. This is the largest defamation ...

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  • When Insurers Refuse to Pay Overhead and Profit

    If your insurer is offering to settle part of your claim, but refuses to pay overhead and profit costs, you may have a claim for breach of contract. ...

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