Miranda v. Texas Lloyds Allstate
The court, after first finding jurisdiction existed because the insured did not challenge the insurer's claim of improper joinder of non-diverse parties and after granting the insurer's requested leave to amend its answer, determined that appraisal was warranted despite the insured's delay in requesting appraisal.
homeowner's insurance policy, appraisal, diversity jurisdiction, improper joinder, motion for leave to file amended answer, motion to compel, impasse, waiver, unreasonable delay, prejudice
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