Ibarra v. Allstate Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.
Auto insurer's motion to dismiss an insured's breach of contract claim for UIM benefits was granted where insured had not obtained judgment against the alleged tortfeasor; thus, a declaratory judgment claim was the insured's only ripe claim under Texas law.
automobile liability insurance policy, uninsured motorist benefits, UIM, motion to dismiss, declaratory judgment action, breach of contract, ripeness
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