Pearson v. Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co.
Insured under a homeowner's policy submitted a claim for storm damage and then brought suit alleging the insurer underpaid the claim, and after anappraisal award was issued and the insurer timely paid the award, the insurer was granted summary judgment on all of the insured's claims, including for attorneys' fees, because estoppel barred the insured's claims and, because there was no money judgment, the insured was not entitled to any attorneys' fees recovery under Texas Insurance Code Section 542A.007.
homeowner's insurance policy, storm claim, breach of contract, TPPCA, estoppel, appraisal award, Texas Insurance Code 541 claims, Texas Insurance Code Section 542A.007, summary judgment
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