Falcon Insurance Co. v. Borlay
In a declaratory judgment action concerning coverage under an auto insurance policy, a court of the Northern District of Texas granted the insurer's motion to set aside entry of default where it showed that it failed to timely answer due to a clerical error, with the Court finding that Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 55(c) permits the Court to set aside entry of default for good cause shown.
auto insurance policy, declaratory judgment, motor vehicle accident, clerk's default, motion to set aside entry of default, clerical error, FRCP 55(c), good cause, Bueller, Bueller, Bueller
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