No Allegations of Inducement Based on Advertising Precluded Coverage

Bradleys' Electric Co., Inc. adv. Cigna Lloyds Ins. Co., 993 S.W.2d 673 (Tex. Ct. App. 1998).  On May 14, 1998 Justice Linda Reyna Yanez filed an Opinion on Motion for Rehearing, finding that the case was improperly transferred. The judgment of the trial court was reversed and the case was remanded with instructions that it be returned to Harris County. On June 10, 1999, the Supreme Court of Texas, in an opinion styled asBradleys' Electric, Inc. v. Cigna Lloyds Ins. Co., 995 S.W.2d 675 (Tex. 1999), grantedBradleys' Electric's, Cigna Lloyds', United National's, and Texas Pacific's petitions for review, and without hearing oral argument, reversed the judgment of the court of appeals and remanded the case for a determination of the rendition issue. The court found that the court of appeals erred by not deciding the rendition issue before the remand issue. Bradleys' Electric, Inc., was represented by Gauntlett & Associates.