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USAA Texas Lloyd’s Co. v. Griffith

Court: Tx 13- Corpus/Edbrg  06/26/2019  Appellate Court Affirms Bad Faith Judgment against Insurer in Hail Damage Coverage Dispute

An appellate court found that there was sufficient evidence to support a jury finding of knowing and willful violations of the Texas Insurance Code based on the insurer's inadequate investigation of hail damage to a roof.

homeowners' insurance policy, hail, investigation, experts, breach of contract, insurance code violations, bad faith, breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, knowing, treble damages, willful, attorneys' fees

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