UTICA NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. v. AMERICAN INDEMNITY CO., 02-0090
In a case for indemnity, the Court found that a genaral liability insurance policy excludes coverage only when the insured has breached the standard of care in rendering those professional services.
- Argued 01/15/2003
- Decided 07/09/2004
- Published 07/09/2004
- Chief Justice PHILLIPS delivered the opinion of the Court, in which Justice O'NEILL, Justice JEFFERSON, Justice SCHNEIDER, Justice SMITH, Justice WAINWRIGHT, and Justice BRISTER joined.
- For Appellant:
- Robert G. Hogue, Robert G. Hogue, P.C., Dallas, for Amicus Curiae., Fred A. Simpson, Houston, pro se., Dana C. Livingston Cobb, Douglas Alexander, J. Woodfin Jones, Alexander Dubose Jones & Townsend, LLP, Austin, Alexander N. Beard, E. Thomas Bishop, Michael A. Hummert, Bishop & Hummert, P.C., Dallas, for Petitioner.
- For Appellees:
- Thomas D. Caudle, Mateer & Shaffer, L.L.P., Dallas, and Daniel Jordan, Jordan Quinn & Carmona, P.C., Austin, for Respondent.