Insureds Failed To Show Damages Suffered From Agent's Acts, Panel Says

Insureds Failed To Show Damages Suffered From Agent's Acts, Panel Says

JACKSON, Miss. - Insureds failed to prove that they had suffered any damage proximately caused by the acts of an insurance agency and an insurance agent regarding damages from Hurricane Katrina, a Mississippi appeals panel ruled April 24, affirming a directed verdict in favor of the agency and its agent (Anthony Trapani, et al. v. David Treutel and Treutel Insurance Agency Inc., No. 2011-CA-00092-COA, Miss. App.; 2012 Miss. App. LEXIS 231).

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