Brohlin v. Meridian Security Insurance Co.
A magistrate of the Northern District of Texas granted an insurer's motion to deny the insured's claim for attorney's fees, rejecting the insured's argument that equity and a potential abatement of the matter pending appraisal warrant denying the motion to preclude fees where the insured failed to provide presuit notice.
homeowner's policy, appraisal, attorney's fees, Chapter 542A, presuit notice, motion to preclude attorney's fees
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