USAA General Indemnity Co v. O’Bryant
The appellate court found that a trial court's injunction requiring the insurer to continue paying approximately $5000 in additional living expenses was void because 1) the trial court had failed to find that the insured had a viable cause of action; 2) the order failed to set a date for trial on the merits with respect to the relief sought; and 3) the order failed to fix the amount of the security to be paid by the insured.
homeowner's insurance, additional living expenses, temporary injunction, status quo, Rule 683, Rule 684, injunctive relief,
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