Montoya v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
The court of appeals clarified that its prior ruling dismissed all claims against the insurer except the breach of contract claim. Additionally, the court refused to reconsider its conclusion that a Stowers claim did not exist because no Stowers demand ever was made, and the claimants provided no facts showing the insurer's settlement of another claim was unreasonable.
automobile liability insurance policy, judgment, covenant not to execute, contractual claims, extra-contractual claims, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, deceptive trade practices act, Texas Insurance Code, judgment on the pleadings, standing, Stowers, demand within policy limits
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