Mall Owner Asks Texas Court To Review $50M Insurance Row

Law360, Houston (July 29, 2013, 4:52 PM EDT) -- The owner of two Houston-area shopping malls on Thursday told a Texas appeals court that Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. should be stopped from ducking insurance claims worth $50 million covering damage caused by Hurricane Ike before a jury has the chance to hear the dispute.

Triyar Cos. Inc. says a trial court is set to rule on the insurer's position that it doesn't have to honor claims for hurricane damage caused in 2008 to Greenspoint Mall and San Jacinto Mall because Triyar is not named as...
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