In re Auto Club Indemnity Co.
A trial court abused its discretion when it set aside an appraisal award of zero damages because there was no evidence that the award was the result of fraud nor did the appraisers exceed their authority when they determined that the claimed damages did not result from a storm.
homeowners insurance policy, appraisal, abuse of discretion, mandamus, storm created opening, windstorm, hurricane, hail
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