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Pham v. State Farm Lloyds

Court: Tx 7-Amarillo  10/22/2018  Insured Ordered to Pay Insurer’s Litigation Costs after Insured Recovers Significantly Less than Insurer’s Settlement Offer

Appellate court finds that the trial court properly granted a no-evidence summary judgment motion for the insurer on an insured’s statutory and common law bad faith claims arising out of a dispute over the amount of the insurer’s payment for hail damage.

commercial property insurance; offer of settlement, settlement offer, pattern and practice, dead man statute, discretion, abuse of discretion, independent injury, delay, payment delay, Menchaca, Chapter 541, Chapter 542, reasonably clear, good faith and fair dealing, bad faith, bona fide dispute, result oriented investigation, objectively underpaid, underpaid

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