Appellate Court Overturns Nearly $3 Million Judgment Against Texas Mutual Insurance
Former policyholder Sembera Security Systems Inc. of
Sembera settled with the agent, then sued Texas Mutual for breach of contract, among other claims. Texas Mutual maintained that its cancellation of the Sembera policy had been proper, as the insurer had given the permitted 10 days' notice of cancellation for non-payment.
At trial, Sembera won its case, and a jury awarded nearly
The First Court of Appeals of
"We are heartened that the First Court of Appeals clearly understands Texas Mutual was operating well within its rights in cancelling the plaintiff's policy,"
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