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Hooker v. United Property & Casualty Insurance Co.

Court: SD Tx  09/08/2020  Court Issues Mixed Ruling for Insurer and Insured on Cross Motions for Summary Judgment in Hail Dispute

The court determined that the insured met his burden on the concurrent causation doctrine and, therefore, denied the insurer's motion for summary judgment and granted the insured's motion on the insurer's affirmative defenses. The court granted in part and denied in part the insured's motion on eliminating the insurer's laundry list of uncovered perils raised as defenses to coverage.

property insurance policy, named-perils policy, hail, motion for summary judgment, concurrent causation, affirmative defense, allocation, uncovered perils, conditions precedent, third-party causation, failure to mitigate

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