In re Texas Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co.
The court found that, although the jury found that the tortfeasor was negligent in causing the accident in question, the jury did not award any monetary damages to the injured claim, and the trial court's order for a new trial did not include any evidence that supported the trial court's reasoning.
automobile liability insurance policy, underinsured motorist, UIM, negligence, jury award, damages, non-economic damages, writ of mandamus
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