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Texas Supreme Court Opinion Opens Possibility for Corporate Representatives to be Deposed in UM/UIM Cases

06.24.2021

On June 18, 2021, in In Re USAA General Indemnity Company, the Texas Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether a carrier’s corporate representative could be deposed, holding that in a suit for UIM benefits in which the carrier contests the insured’s entitlement to recovery by placing in issue the other motorist’s liability, the existence and amount of the insured’s damages, or both, the discovery rules do not prohibit the deposition of the UIM carrier’s corporate representative.

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