University Baptist Church of Fort Worth v. Lexington Insurance Co.
Property insurer prevailed because insurer complied with its contractual obligations entitling it to summary judgment on insured's breach of contract and duty of good faith and fair dealing claims, and insurer also was entitled to summary judgment on insured's DTPA and Insurance Code claims because there was no evidence in the record to support such claims.
property insurance policy, summary judgment, hail claim, breach of contract claim, extra-contractual claims, law and ordinance limits, duty of good faith and fair dealing, Texas Insurance Code Section 541, DTPA claims, benefits loss rule, independent-injury rule
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