State Farm Lloyds v. Richards
Federal appellate court asks Supreme Court of Texas to determine whether the "eight corners" rule bars the introduction of extrinsic evidence in determining the duty to defend where the policy language does not require an insurer to defend claims that are "groundless, false or fraudulent."
homeowner's insurance policy, liability coverage, duty to defend, eight corners rule, extrinsic evidence, groundless, false, fraudulent, policy language exception
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