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Finger Oil & Gas, Inc. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co.

Court: WD Tx  10/20/2021  Magistrate Grants Dismissal of Most Claims Resulting from Well Blow-out

A magistrate of the Western District of Texas dismissed insured well owner's DTPA and Texas Insurance Code Ch. 541 claims, partially granted commercial general liability insurer's motion for summary judgment on insured's breach of contract claim, fully dismissed the insured's prompt payment claims, and found that insured's negligence claim was also likely subject to dismissal in connection with coverage for costs associated with repair of oil well blow-out.

commercial general liability policy, well blow-out, exclusion j, property you own, underground equipment endorsement, motion for summary judgment, FRCP 56, FRCP 12(b)(6), Tex. Ins. Code. Ch. 541 claims, fraud, breach of contract, negligence, Tex. Ins. Code. Ch. 542 claims

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