Cody v. Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas granted the insurers' motion to dismiss all of the insureds' claims under auto policies concerning defendants' valuation of insureds' totaled vehicles, finding plaintiffs failed to state a claim for breach of contract and under the Texas Prompt Payment Act, and for similar reasons their claims for declaratory judgment were dismissed as well.
auto policies, total loss, cost approach valuation, comparable sales valuation, putative class, breach of contract, Tex. Ins. Code. Sec. 542 claims, declaratory judgment, motion to dismiss, failure to state a claim
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