Dispute Over Insurer’s Probe Of Wind Damage Claim Before Texas High Court

(October 11, 2016, 7:53 AM EDT) -- AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Supreme Court was scheduled to hear oral argument Oct. 11 on an insurer’s request to decide whether a trial court properly awarded an insured more than $150,000 after a jury found that the insurer complied with the policy at issue with respect to a hurricane wind damage claim but failed to conduct a reasonable investigation, according to a Sept. 2 order granting review of the case (USAA Texas Lloyds Co. v. Gail Menchaca, No. 14-0721, Texas Sup.).

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