The plaintiffs filed suit against an insurer based on a dispute regarding the insurer's offer for diminished value of the insured car. The trial court entered a take-nothing judgment. The UM coverage obligated the insurer to pay damages for the cost of repairs, loss of use, and diminished value as calculated based on a comparison of the car's value before the accident and after the repairs. The trial court's judgment is reversed and rendered.
Noteboom v. Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Co.
Tex. App. Dist. 2
July 26, 2013