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Travelers Indemnity Company v. T & S Drywall, Inc.

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Date: 
Tuesday, June 11, 2013

A-12-0833, Travelers Indemnity Company v. T & S Drywall Finishing, Inc. (Appellant)

District Court for Douglas County, District Judge Leigh A. Retelsdorf

Attorneys for Appellant:  Christopher A. Sievers & Josh F. Henningsen (Timmermier Gross Law Firm) & Willam E. Pfeiffer

Attorneys for Appellee:  Robert J. Wonnell (McAnay Van Cleave & Phillips Law Firm) & Kirk E. Brumbaugh & Mark Quandahl (Brumbaugh Quandahl Law Firm) & Adam Wachal (Gross Welch Law Firm)

Civil Action:  Insurance contract dispute

Action taken by the Trial Court:  The trial court implicitly found that the insurance agreement was an enforceable contract, found that Travelers was entitled to audit and make changes to the insurance premium, found that Travelers properly calculated the increased premium, found that Travelers was permitted to make premium changes retroactively, and entered judgment in favor of Travelers for $137,892 plus interest and costs.

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  Did the trial court err in finding that Travelers and T & S entered into a valid and enforceable contract? Did the trial court err in finding that Travelers properly calculated an increased premium? Did the trial court err in finding that Travelers could make retroactive premium changes?

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