Nashville Mall Owners Appeal to Supreme Court Over Flood Insurance

The owners of Opry Mills, the Nashville mall that was closed for two years following the May 2010 floods, have appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court to reverse a decision that reduced their flood insurance coverage from $200 million to $50 million, The Tennessean reports. Simon Property Group filed an appeal Friday with the court to overturn a lower court decision that ruled the mall fell under a $50 million coverage limit for properties in “high hazard flood zones.”
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