Hurst v. National Security Fire & Casualty Co.
Two Supreme Court of Texas justices filed a dissent objecting to the majority's decision to deny a petition for review in a case that would have given the Supreme Court the opportunity to clarify the relationship among breach of contract claims and statutory and common-law bad faith claims that can arise when an insurer conditionally tenders payment of an appraisal award.
homeowner's insurance policy, appraisal, conditional tender, adjudication of liability, breach of contract, Prompt Payment of Claims Act, statutory bad faith, common law bad faith
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