Irving v. Meridian Security Insurance Co.
A court for the Northern District of Texas denied in part an insurer's motion for summary judgment, holding that a fact issue precluded summary judgment on the insured's breach of contract, Chapter 542, and ambiguity/estoppel claims, but that the evidence shows a bona fide dispute requiring judgment on the insured's common law bad faith, fraud, and Chapter 541 claims.
cosmetic exclusion, water shedding ability, Chapter 541, good faith and fair dealing, Chapter 542, summary judgment, hail damage, homeowner's policy, fraud, estoppel, ambiguity
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