The Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio, Texas recently affirmed an order of dismissal obtained by Wm. David Farmer and Chad W. Schreiber in an insurance coverage action concerning whether coverage existed under the federally-mandated MCS-90 endorsement. Chad W. Schreiber argued the motion at the trial court level and authored the appellate brief in support of the trial court’s ruling.
Below is a link to the Fourth Court of Appeals’ opinion:
Congratulations to Wm. David Farmer and Chad W. Schreiber for successfully obtaining a summary judgment in Webb County, Texas arising from a windstorm/hailstorm claim. The suit alleged contractual damages and also sought extra-contractual relief under the Texas Insurance Code, the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, and the common law.
On November 30, 2016, the Eighth Court of Appeals in El Paso, Texas issued an opinion conditionally granting the mandamus relief sought by Wm. David Famer and Chad W. Schreiber on behalf of an insurance carrier client in a case arising from a declination of coverage for a liability claim.