HOUSTON - A trial court erred in granting an insurer's motion for summary judgment on the basis that the insured did not submit to an examination under oath because the insurance policy at issue provides that the case must be abated until the insured complies, the 14th District Texas Court of Appeals said April 30 (Arman A. Shafighi v. Texas Farmers Insurance Co., No. 14-12-00082-CV, Texas App., 14th Dist.; 2013 Tex. App. LEXIS 5303).