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Hail damage can be more serious than it appears on the surface. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An insurance company demanded appraisal six months after reaching an impasse with its insured over the amount payable for damage to the insured’s home — and four months after the insured had filed a bad faith lawsuit against the insurer. A federal district court in Texas recently decided whether the insurer had waived its right to demand appraisal under its insurance policy.

Steven A. Meyerowitz


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