MARRIOTT HOTEL CAN'T SUE INSURER FOR BAD FAITH OVER HAIL DAMAGE, JUDGE SAYS Amarillo Hospitality Tenant v. Mass. Bay Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

MARRIOTT HOTEL CAN'T SUE INSURER FOR BAD FAITH OVER HAIL DAMAGE, JUDGE SAYS Amarillo Hospitality Tenant v. Mass. Bay Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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25 No. 34 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 9
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
*1 May 29, 2015
Property Damage
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MARRIOTT HOTEL CAN'T SUE INSURER FOR BAD FAITH OVER HAIL DAMAGE, JUDGE SAYS

Amarillo Hospitality Tenant v. Mass. Bay Ins. Co.

An insurer did not act in bad faith when it refused to pay for damage to a Marriott Courtyard roof following a hailstorm based on expert reports that the storm did not cause the damage, a Texas federal judge has ruled.
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