TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on May 22, 2018
The Tennessee Supreme Court has decided not to hear an appeal from the owners of Nashville’s Opry Mills Mall over its insurers’ decision to cut the insurance payout following the 2010 flood, the Nashville Post reports. Mall owners claim they were owned $200 million and a Davidson County court agreed with them, but the Tennessee Court of Appeals sided with the insurance company, saying the insurer only owed $50 million due to Opry Mills’ location in a flood zone.