MGR, Inc. v. GEICO Casualty Co.
Court finds that insufficient evidence existed of an implied contract between the parties, the insurer did not receive any direct benefit from the work performed by the body shop for a quantum meruit claim, and no evidence existed of a misrepresentation that supported a fraud or negligent misrepresentation claim.
automobile liability insurance policy, vehicle damage, labor rates, breach of contract, implied contract, "reasonable and necessary" amount, course of dealing, quantum meruit, fraud, negligent misrepresentation
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