In re USAA General Indemnity Co.
The Court found that the corporate representative deposition could proceed on topics related to the tortfeasor's liability and the existence and amount of the insured's damages because the insurer had raised those issues as coverage defenses but further found that the trial court had abused its discretion by allowing deposition topics that addressed issues that were not in dispute.
automobile liability insurance, UIM, UM, uninsured motorist, underinsured motorist, deposition, discovery, corporate representative, scope, mandamus, abuse of discretion
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