Curtis v. Tower Hill Prime Insurance Company involved a sinkhole claim wherein the insureds and the insurer disputed the amount necessary to perform repairs. After receiving the insureds’ estimates the insurer initiated a neutral evaluation. The insureds filed a lawsuit to determine their entitlement to and amount of damages. The insurer filed a summary judgment arguing that the insureds violated the stay imposed by the neutral evaluation statute and breached the “Suit Against Us” provision of the policy by filing suit just after the insurer initiated a neutral evaluation. The Second District Court of Appeal held that the stay provision contained in Florida Statute § 627.7074(10) does not preclude the insureds from filing the lawsuit.