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Salinas v. State Farm Lloyds

Court: Tx 13- Corpus/Edbrg  04/11/2019  Appellate Court Affirms Take Nothing Judgment in Favor of Insurer because the One Satisfaction Rule Limited the Insured's Award to Significantly Less than the Insurer's Offer of Settlement

A court had found that a jury award against an insurer for breach of contract and unconscionable conduct violated the one satisfaction rule because the only injury was the insurer's failure to pay the amount owed under the policy, ultimately resulting in the loss of the entire judgment based on the insurer's prior settlement offer pursuant to TRCP 167.

homeowner's insurance policy, Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, DTPA, unconscionable, offer of settlement, misrepresentation, one satisfaction rule, Rule 167, TRCP 167

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