Henry and June plus Lewis and Scot: An Appraisal Story and Kuehn Update Prequel

I’ve kept fairly quiet since late April on Kuehn v State Farm, a case with a little something for everyone. We have the appraisal clause and State Farm ignoring it. We have a typical State Farm hired gun lawyer in Scot Spragins of Oxford Mississippi and the spectacle of Scot beclowing himself before an audience of political leaders, fellow lawyers and academics across the country as we profile his unethical behavior and abuses of the court system.

The Farm doesn’t break in litigation nor follow their contractual obligations easily and though I’ve been relatively absent here on the blog I’ve been loading up for bear on the concept of appraisal and how State Farm’s treatment of their own contract language in this case illustrates their bad behavior better than most. But before I post a comprehensive update I’d like to point out that just like Rossie’s New Appleman piece on Anti Concurrent Causation is the legal standard on the ACCs meaning and application, the book, The Law and Procedure of Insurance Appraisal by Jonathan J Wilkofsky would be the gold standard for insurance appraisal. Luckily for me a reader made certain I had a copy for reference purposes.  😉

Somehow I think Scot Spragins needs it in his library too.

Appraisal Manual

One thought on “Henry and June plus Lewis and Scot: An Appraisal Story and Kuehn Update Prequel”

  1. Interesting to note, Sop, that after Spragins got un-Lucky, he got “lucky” and had more Katrina cases than any of the State Farm “regulars”.

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