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SERVICE STEEL WAREHOUSE CO LP et al v. ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY

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Case Number: 
4:09-cv-00691 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 
Opposing Party: 
SERVICE STEEL WAREHOUSE CO LP et al
Court Type: 
Federal
US District Court: 
Southern District of Texas
Date Filed: 
Mar 9 2009

"This is a first-party insurance coverage case stemming from extensive damage to Coastal’s property and Service Steel’s business caused by Hurricane Ike. Plaintiffs seek a declaration that their property damage and business interruption losses are covered by an insurance policy issued by ACE. Plaintiffs also seek damages for breach of contract, violations of the Texas Insurance Code, and common law bad faith. Finally, plaintiffs seek their attorney’s fees, costs of court and pre- and post-judgment interest."

UPDATE - February 4, 2011 - AGREED TAKE NOTHING JUDGMENT

"wherein Service Steel Warehouse Co., L.P. and Coastal Reality, LLC are the plaintiffs and ACE American Insurance Company is the defendant. Plaintiffs and defendant have moved this Court to enter a judgment because all matters of fact and issues of law in controversy between the parties have been fully and finally compromised and settled. This Agreed  Take-Nothing Judgment being consistent with the settlement between plaintiffs and defendant..."

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