Excess Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London vs. Frank’s Casing Crew & Rental Tools, Inc. Year 2003 Court Texas Supreme Court Case Number 02-0730 Issue Defense costs State Texas Insurer’s ability to recover defense costs from insureds. See also Hollock. Related Docs Texas-Association-of-Defense-Counsel-Brief.pdf Excess-Underwriters-at-Lloyds-v.-Franks-TX-Supreme-Court-Ruling.pdf Excess_ExhibitA_0.pdf Excess_ExhibitB.pdf Excess_ExhibitC.pdf Excess_ExhibitD_0.pdf Excess_ExhibitE.pdf Excess-Underwriters-at-Lloyds-of-London-v.-Franks-Order-Granting-Rehearing.pdf Author UP's brief was written pro bono by G. Andrew Veazey, Esq. of Huvan Veazey Felder & Aertker. LLC, and John N. Ellison, Esq. and Jocelyn A. Gabrynowicz, Esq. of Anderson Kill & Olick. PC. Of Counsel: Amy Bach, Esq. Related Cases Travelers Insurance Company, et al. v. Bodell Construction Company Year: 2023 Court: Hawaii Supreme Court Case Number: SCCQ-22-0000658 Issue: Defense costs State: Hawaii In its amicus brief, United Policyholders addresses a critical question that has split state high courts around the country: whether an insurance company can seek reimbursement or recoupment of previously paid defense fees and costs when the insurance policy contains no express provision allowing for… Excess Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London vs. Frank’s Casing Crew & Rental Tools, Inc. Year: 2003 Court: Texas Supreme Court Case Number: 02-0730 Issue: Defense costs State: Texas Insurer’s ability to recover defense costs from insureds. See also Hollock.