Hurricane Ike

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Trust but Verify: How are you Listed On Your Borrower’s Property Insurance Policy?

It is time to refresh recollections on a perennial issue: why a lender or mortgagee absolutely must be active and vigilant with respect to a borrower’s insurance policies. On August 7, the Dallas Court of Appeals decided...more

Except In Two Circumstances, There Can Be No Claim For Bad Faith Without A Breach of The Contract – The Houston Fourteenth Court...

In Lexington Insurance Company v. Jaw The Pointe, LLC, 2013 WL 3968445 (Houston [14th Dist.] August 1, 2013) the dispute arose from Hurricane Ike-related damage to an apartment complex in Galveston, Texas. The property...more

Does a Bad Faith Cause of Action Survive an Appraisal Award? The Answer May Be, “It Depends.” Two recent federal court decisions –...

Intermodal Equipment Logistics, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas - Earlier this year, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas ruled an insured can pursue its bad faith claim even...more

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