Perry v. United Services Automobile Association
Court of appeals affirms summary judgment because the parties submitted the claim through the contract's appraisal process, and the insurer timely paid the appraisal award, precluding any extra-contractual claims against the insurer unless an independent injury existed, and it did not.
homeowner's insurance policy, extent of loss, appraisal, breach of contract, extra-contractual claims, statutory claims, violation of Texas Insurance Code, timely payment of appraisal award, independent injury, Chapter 542, Texas Insurance Code, prompt payment of claims, attorneys' fees, usurpation of constitutional authority, preservation of claim
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