Hinson v. State Farm Lloyds
The court affirmed the magistrate judge's grant of an insurer's motion for summary judgment seeking dismissal of insured's contractual and extra-contractual claims in hail dispute, finding that the insured's sole objection--that the magistrate judge erred in finding that the insurer conducted a reasonable investigation--lacked factual support in light of the insurer's multiple inspections of the property in question.
homeowner's insurance policy, motion for summary judgment, hail, Texas Insurance Code, Chapter 541, duty of good faith and fair dealing, unfair method of competition, unreasonable investigation
Reviewing the Case Document is for members only. Please login