Partnering with Texas Business Groups to Fight Controversial Insurance Loophole All the Way to the Texas Supreme Court
Insurance companies operating in Texas have long enjoyed an unfair competitive advantage in disputes with policyholders. A loophole that Texas courts have failed to address allows insurers to deflect responsibility for damages claims while shifting the burden of proof to policyholders.
Too often, contractors and design professionals reach for the same playbook over and over when confronted by building owners with concerns about the quality of their work. They pledge to fix the problem. They deny and deflect. Their endgame is to wear down project owners and run out the clock on litigation. It often works.
When it opened in 2015, a multi-million dollar museum was designed as a foundation for a lifelong love of learning. The state-of-the-art multi-story museum has drawn national attention for its interactive exhibits and creative learning programs.
A Texas retirement community in the middle of a $100 million multistory luxury retirement project hired Gravely PC after it was sued by its construction contractor. The Gravely team’s initial job was to defend their client in what was a true bet-the-company situation.
In April 2013, a massive fertilizer explosion in the Central Texas community of West, Texas, caused catastrophic damage to nearby buildings, including several owned by the West Independent School District.