San Antonio Property Damage Lawyer, Texas

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Laurence S. Kurth (2.2 miles)
Products Liability, Personal Injury, Property Damage, Contract, Reinsurance
112 E Pecan St, Ste 2750
San Antonio, TX 78205, BEXAR County
Douglas Pennebaker (5.9 miles)
Insurance, Property Damage, Personal Injury, Accident & Injury
4103 Parkdale Street,
San Antonio, TX 78229, Bexar County
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Benjamin Randolph Allen, Attorney at Law (26.9 miles)
Real Estate, Energy, Natural Resources, Property Damage
Boerne, TX 78006, Kendall County
Joseph Marion Harrison (30.7 miles)
Tax, Litigation, Labor Disputes, Dispute Resolution, Property Damage
1009 C St, Ste 200
Floresville, TX 78114, WILSON County

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Sample TX Property Damage Cases

... Circuit. The Fifth Circuit asks generally when property damage "occurs" under Texas law for purposes of an occurrence-based commercial general liability insurance policy, a question this Court has never answered. More specifically ...

... Applies. Great American urges us to hold that Pine Oak's faulty-workmanship claims do not allege "property damage" caused by an "occurrence" under the terms of the policies. This argument is foreclosed by Lamar Homes, Inc. ...

... We recently held that prejudgment interest was recoverable under an insurance policy requiring the insurer to pay all sums the insured was legally entitled to recover "because of bodily injury or property damage." Brainard v. Trinity Universal Ins. ...

... [45] If an appraisal is not an honest assessment of necessary repairs, that can be proved at trial and the award set aside. [46]. But in every property damage claim, someone must determine the "amount of loss," as that is what the insurer must pay. ...

... Property damage or bodily injury caused intentionally by or at the direction of an insured, including willful acts the result of which the insured knows or ought to know will follow from the insured's conduct. 1. "Property damage or bodily injury caused intentionally ...". ...

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