Reyes v. Southern Vanguard Insurance Co.
The court of appeals dismissed the insured's lawyer and law firm as parties to the appeal, noting that they were not parties in the trial court, and then found that the insured failed to provide a reporter's record of the bench trial to support her claims of error. The court also determined that the trial court's conclusions of law did not present reversible error.
homeowners' insurance policy, Hurricane Harvey, windstorm damage, appraisal, parties, perfection of appeal, reporter's record, reversible error
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