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ALLISON v. FIRE INSURANCE EXCHANGE FindLaw

Court of Appeals of Texas Austin. Ronald ALLISON Fire Insurance Exchange Appellants v. FIRE INSURANCE EXCHANGE a Member of the Farmers Insurance Group Mary Melinda Ballard and Ronald Allison Individually and as Next Friends for Reese Allison a Minor Appellees.

Link: https://caselaw.findlaw.com/tx-court-of-appeals/1258239.html

Actived: Tuesday Jul 16, 2019 (6 days ago)

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Why it is important to properly investigate mold claims

The verdict in Fire Insurance Exchange in Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange caused a pervasive fear of mold claims in the insurance industry. The fear was mostly misplaced.

Link: https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2016/02/11/why-it-is-important-to-properly-investigate-mold-claims/

Actived: Wednesday Feb 10, 2016 (3 years ago)

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Toxic Mould - An Insurance Perspective - Whitelaw Twining

Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange was a case of an insurer mishandling a water damage claim. In that case the court held that the insurer had breached its duty of good faith and fair dealing to Melinda Ballard and committed deceptive business practices in connection with the Ballards claim.

Link: https://wt.ca/toxic-mould-an-insurance-perspective/

Actived: Saturday Jul 6, 2019 (16 days ago)

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Investigating Mold Claims www.constructiondefectjournal.com

According to Property Casualty 360 the verdict against Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange No. 99-05232 Texas District Court Travis County June 1 2001 has caused a severe and pervasive fear of mold claims in the insurance industry which resulted in various changes to policies with either thorough and detailed exclusions for mold

Link: http://constructiondefectjournal.com/archives/insurance-news/2016/02/investigating-mold-claims

Actived: Monday Jul 8, 2019 (14 days ago)

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Re Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange - morelaw.com

Bad faith breach of insurance contract and Deceptive Trade Practices Act - Plaintiffs filed a claim for damages they sustained when their home began contaminated with a life-threatening mold. Fire Insurance Exchange asserted that the claim was not covered by the insurance Ms. Ballard purchased on her home from the defendant. The Stachotry s

Link: http://www.morelaw.com/verdicts/case.asp?s=TX+&d=16650

Actived: Saturday Jul 20, 2019 (2 days ago)

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Texas Court of Appeals Reverses Punitive Damage Award in

Insurance Exchange v. Fire Insurance Exchange May Melinda Ballard and Ronald Fire Insurance Exchange May Melinda Ballard and Ronald Allison 2002 Tex. App. LEXIS 8957 Tex. Ct. App. Dec. 19 2002 .

Link: https://www.nixonpeabody.com/-/media/Files/Alerts/ILA_01102003.ashx

Actived: Monday Jul 15, 2019 (7 days ago)

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Mold Isn t Gold PropertyCasualty360

The fear of mold claims was engendered in the insurance industry by the trial court decision in Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange Texas District Court Travis County June 1 2001 .

Link: https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2007/03/05/mold-isnt-gold/

Actived: Sunday Mar 4, 2007 (12 years ago)

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Jury Sends Message to Insurance Industry in Toxic Mold Case

In their lawsuit against Farmers subsidiary Fire Insurance Exchange FIE homeowners Melinda Ballard and Ron Allison alleged the company mishandled their claim.

Link: https://www.insurancejournal.com/magazines/mag-coverstory/2001/06/18/18627.htm

Actived: Sunday Jun 17, 2001 (18 years ago)

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Mould Growth Personal Injury Claims Spreading - McCague

The highest profile example of personal injury litigation based on mould exposure is an American case Ballard v. Fire Insurance Exchange 6 where the lower court awarded an incredible $32 million dollars to homeowners in 2001 following a botched repair of a water leak by an insurer.

Link: http://mccagueborlack.com/emails/articles/mould-spreading.html

Actived: Thursday Jul 18, 2019 (4 days ago)

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Homeowners insurers spar over spores in toxic-mold cases

They filed a claim with Fire Insurance Exchange a subsidiary of Farmers Insurance Group. A contractor told the insurer that mold could grow in the subfloor which had been damaged by the plumbing leak and that it should be replaced.

Link: https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Homeowners%2c+insurers+spar+over+spores+in+toxic-mold+cases.-a079341863

Actived: Saturday Jun 22, 2019 (1 months ago)

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