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The Supreme Court of Texas ruled an insurer’s payment of an appraisal award barred an insured’s breach of contract claim premised on failure to pay the amount of the covered loss and barred the insured’s common law and statutory bad faith claims to the extent the only actual damages sought were lost policy benefits. But the court did not bar the insured’s claim under the Texas Prompt Payment Act.

Texas Insurance Coverage Litigation: The Litigator's Practice GuideBook

Practice guide for Texas litigators handling the occasional insurance coverage lawsuit or confronting insurance questions in the context of a litigation practice.
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