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Know Your Rights: The Insurance Company's Duty of Good Faith to You
Know Your Rights: The Insurance Company's Duty of Good Faith to You

Know Your Rights: The Insurance Company’s Duty of Good Faith to You When you suffer an accident or other problem, having insurance is a helpful security to get you back in business. At its best, insurance helps people get through difficulties by having enough money to fix ...

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    A recent 30-minute-long hailstorm in Odessa caused close to $500 million in damages, according to estimates from the Insurance Council of Texas. That ...

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  • Hailstorm smashes cars, covers streets in Dallas-Fort Worth area

    Was your home or business affected by the Fort Worth hail disaster? Today's storm may be among the costliest in North Texas history. Properly ...

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  • 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 ...

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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 ...

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  • Daly & Black, P.C. obtains jury verdict against Acceptance Indemnity Insurance Company

    On May 8, 2015 our firm, along with the Loyd Law Firm, of San Antonio, Texas, obtained a breach of contract verdict against an insurance company that ...

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