In re Liberty County Mutual Insurance Co.
The court joined the majority of Texas appellate courts finding that the insurer had an adequate remedy on appeal even if the district court had erred by striking all of the insurer's counter-affidavits disputing the reasonableness of the insured's medical expenses in a lawsuit alleging the insurer had breached its contract by denying UM/UIM coverage.
automobile liability insurance policy, uninsured, underinsured, UM, UIM, discovery, counter-affidavits, medical expenses, adequate remedy
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