Cazares v. Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Co.
The court found that the insureds' expert designations did not comply with the Federal Rules, and the insureds' failure to respond to the motion for summary judgment filed by the insurer left the court with insufficient evidence to find anything other than a reasonable basis for the insurer's denial.
homeowner's insurance policy, storm damage, motion to strike, expert reports, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26, FRCP 26, extra-contractual claims, Texas Insurance Code, common law bad faith, bona fide dispute doctrine, reasonable basis, insufficient evidence
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