The government organization is refusing to accept the decision of independent appraisers to pay
“Both sides agreed to this process,” said
TWIA is refusing to pay a similar judgment of
“TWIA is supposed to protect millions of Texans along the coast,” Mostyn said. “Their refusal to fulfill even basic requirements is disheartening and scary for many homeowners. We need them to do the right thing and make these people whole again. Until they do, entire communities will continue to stagnate and remain in desperate need of repair.”
The attorneys in both cases are hopeful they can come to an agreement with TWIA. Independent appraisers in these cases have routinely decided against the state insurer on Hurricane Ike cases, according to the
Cause No. 12-CV-2011; City of Galveston v.
Cause No. 12-CV-0053;
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