Labourdette v. State Farm Lloyds
The court first found that the insurer's objections to the insured's expert went to the weight rather than the admissibility of the expert opinions and, therefore, denied the motion to exclude testimony. On the insured's breach of contract claim with regard to interior damage and the insured's Chapter 541 claim, the court granted the insurer's motion for summary judgment, but the court denied the summary judgment motion in all other respects.
homeowners insurance policy, hail storm, windstorm, motion to exclude expert testimony, Rule 702, weight, admissibility, hearsay, interior damage, concurrent causation, extra-contractual claims, bona fide coverage dispute
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