Insurer’s Interpretation of Exclusion Has “No End,” Says Plaintiff’s Attorney in Bad Faith Insurance Trial

Robert Maddox tells jurors that Everest Insurance’s interpretation on a policy’s earth movement exclusion is unreasonable because it would apply to too broad an array of building damage. Maddox represents the Reimers class of plaintiffs, property owners who are collectively suing Everest Insurance alleging the company acted in bad faith when refusing to cover its insured, builder Matthews Homes, for property damage caused by a levee break.