Signal Ridge Owners Association, Inc. v. Landmark American Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas held that where separate insurers share liability but only one insurer's agreement contains an arbitration clause, the nonsignatory insurers to the arbitration clause may compel arbitration of all disputes and all parties where the separate insuring agreements can be construed as one agreement and the insured plaintiff has treated the insurers as one unit throughout the litigation.
homeowner's association insurance program, property insurance, arbitration clause, equitable estoppel, compelling arbitration, choice of law, intertwined-claims theory
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