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Tenn. Justices OK Toss Of $146M Mall Flood Coverage Award

Law360 (May 18, 2018, 5:29 PM EDT) -- Tennessee's highest court Thursday denied an appeal by the owner of a Nashville mall claiming insurers owe it $146 million in flood damage coverage.

In a two-sentence decision designated as not for citation, the Tennessee Supreme Court denied the Indiana-based owner of the Opry Mills Mall permission to file an appeal of an appellate court ruling canceling its trial court win in the dispute over where the policy language set the coverage limit on flood damage to the property.

After a 2010 flood left the mall,...
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