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Team One Adjusting, LLC and Ideal Adjusting, Inc

Texas Supreme Court Denies Policyholder’s Discovery Regarding Claims Handling


After storms damaged Mary Erving’s home in Cedar Hill, Texas, she looked to her homeowner’s insurer, National Lloyds to help her rebuild.  National Lloyds sent two adjusters, Team One Adjusting, LLC and Ideal Adjusting, Inc., to inspect the Erving home, and National Lloyds ultimately paid the claims based on the adjusters’ assessments.


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