Alleging Edinburg lawyer Richard Kent Livesay made “false and material misrepresentations” that he represented insureds in property damage claims, Allstate Texas Lloyd’s seeks a court order to prevent Livesay and his firm from demanding payment for property owners they doesn’t represent.

In a lawsuit filed in Tarrant County, Allstate alleges Livesay and his firm have engaged in a pattern of conduct throughout Texas in which Livesay “victimizes” Allstate insureds by falsely claiming he had been hired by them to represent them in property damage claims,” and by doing so, obtained information about the insureds’ policies and claims the defendants aren’t entitled to obtain.

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