Tadeo v. Great Northern Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas held that an insurer's post-suit election did not result in improper joinder of an adjuster for diversity purposes, but because the adjuster was not served at the time of removal, removal was proper based on diversity jurisdiction and the insured's motion to remand was denied. The insurer's motion to dismiss was denied, however, because the insured stated viable claims against the agent.
property insurance policy, removal, Tex. Ins. Code § 542A.006(b); election of liability, motion to remand, diversity, snap removal, waiver of service, motion to dismiss
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