Blevins v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
Appellate court finds that insured failed to provide any evidence of economic damages and provided insufficient evidence of non-economic damages, resulting in a "zero damages" award by the jury, which was affirmed, and finds that testimony of what a UM/UIM policy covers would be improper because the trial court should determine what the insured is "legally entitled to recover."
automobile liability insurance policy, underinsured motorist, uninsured motorist, bodily injury, damages, motion to quash deposition
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