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However, Plaintiffs strenuously argue that “Tennessee law is completely different, unlike any of the cases ․ from other jurisdictions, the rule of law established in Tennessee has developed consistently and from an unbroken line of cases dating back more than 72 years”. The next case relied upon by plaintiffs is Weems v.
The issue of the scope of coverage and/or construction of an insurance contract is a question of law, and the Trial Court's decision granting summary judgment is not entitled to a presumption of correctness on appeal. A careful analysis of the cases relied upon by plaintiffs, does not establish this premise as a matter of law. They contend that while the wording of the policy itself may not “afford coverage for diminished value” a line of cases in Tennessee established coverage for diminished value and becomes a part of the insurance contracts covering motor vehicles in this state. Defendant, in adjusting the claims pursuant to the policy, paid the body shop estimate of repairs to plaintiffs, and neither plaintiff was “dissatisfied with the quality of the repairs”. OPINIONIn action for breach of insurance contract, the Trial Court granted Summary Judgment on the ground insurance company had properly satisfied all claims under plaintiffs' policies. Plaintiffs had policies of insurance with defendant and were involved in automobile accidents which resulted in damage to their insured vehicles.