OM Industrial Products Corp. v. Nationwide Property and Casualty Insurance Co.
The court determined that the appraisal award by itself was insufficient to demonstrate a breach of contract but ruled that summary judgment was not appropriate because of the insured's representations of a potential motion to set aside the appraisal award.
commercial property insurance policy, appraisal, appraisal award, motion for summary judgment, breach of contract, causation, deductible
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