In Re State Farm Lloyds
The appellate court held that an attorney could not serve as an umpire in connection with an appraisal arising out of alleged property damage to a home caused by Hurricane Vela because the policy at issue specified that the umpire had to be an engineer, architect, adjuster, public adjuster or contractor.
homeowners' insurance, qualified appraiser, umpire, appraisal, engineer, architect, adjuster, public adjuster, contractor, mandamus, abuse of discretion, appraisal provision, appraisal clause
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