Parties Seek Determination Whether Trial Court Properly Handled Insurance Dispute

Mealey's (May 25, 2016, 11:24 AM EDT) -- HOUSTON — Parties in a homeowners insurance dispute asked a Texas appellate court recently to decide whether a trial court erred in its handling of an insurance breach of contract and bad faith lawsuit over damages sustained to an insured’s property during Hurricane Ike (National Security Fire & Casualty Co. v. Ozier Hurst, No. 14-15-00714-CV, Texas App., 14th Dist.).

Ozier Hurst purchased a homeowners insurance policy from National Security Fire & Casualty Co. and filed a claim pursuant to the policy after his home sustained roof...
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