Warren v. State Farm Lloyds
The appellate court found that the insured had failed to preserve error on her challenge to the factual sufficiency of the evidence by failing to raise the issue in her motion for a new trial and her challenge to the legal sufficiency failed because there was more than a scintilla of evidence to support the verdict.
homeowner's insurance, water leak, sufficiency of the evidence, preservation of error, business day, proof of loss
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