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Lee v. Liberty Insurance Corp.

Court: ND Tx  09/30/2021  Court Grants Motion to Dismiss all Claims Against Adjuster and Summary Judgment on All but One Claim Against Insurer

A court of the Northern District of Texas granted homeowner insurer's motion to dismiss all claims by insured against adjuster of storm claim finding the insurer elected to assume the adjuster's liability under Tex. Ins. Code Ch. 542A, and as a result of the insurer's payment of the appraisal award granted summary judgment on all claims against the insurer except for the insured's fraudulent inducement claim.

homeowners insurance policy, removal, diversity, motion to remand, improper joinder, claims against adjuster, diversity, subject matter jurisdiction, Tex. Ins. Code Ch. 542A.006, appraisal award, breach of contract, fraudulent inducement, extra-contractual claims, bad faith, DTPA claims

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