Frederking v. Cincinnati Insurance Co.
The district court found that it did not improperly shift the burden of proof on summary judgment and properly applied the Supreme Court of Texas' ruling in Fairfield v. Stephens Martin Paving regarding the state's public policy in allowing insurance coverage for punitive damages awards.
automobile liability insurance policy, motion to dismiss, motion for reconsideration, punitive damages, public policy, Rule 59(e), burden of proof, summary judgment, Fairfield v. Stephens Martin Paving
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