Teresa Carver has prepared hundreds of coverage opinions, including both personal lines and commercial lines policies. She has handled hundreds of coverage and bad faith claims involving disputes with policyholders under personal and commercial automobile policies, homeowners’ policies, and commercial general liability policies. She has reviewed purported Stowers demands for several insurers and assisted with responses thereto.
Teresa has represented numerous insurers in residential and commercial claims arising out of Hurricane Ike and various hail and windstorms throughout the state of Texas.
Teresa began working in insurance law immediately upon graduating from law school and soon developed a concentrated practice in that area.
Teresa has served as a speaker at several seminars and authored/co-authored several papers on various topics including the Stowers doctrine, first-party issues, the duty to defend, reservation of rights letters, premises liability, property and casualty coverage, and more.
Obtained favorable resolution of many residential property insurance lawsuits involving Hurricane Ike
Obtained favorable resolution of many residential and commercial property insurance lawsuits involving hailstorms and windstorms throughout Texas
Obtained favorable resolution of many UM/UIM claims involving both personal and commercial automobile policies
Defended life insurance company in lawsuit involving misrepresentation of a pre-existing condition
Defended life insurance company in lawsuit involving contested suicide within two years of the issuance of the policy
Authored hundreds of coverage opinions
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Publications & Speaking Engagements
Education, Admissions & Activities
South Texas College of Law
J.D., magna cum laude, 1992
Southwest Texas State University
B.B.A., magna cum laude, 1988
United States District Court of Texas
Professional and Community Activities
South Texas Law Review
Scholastic Legal Honor Society