As has been discussed before, insurance companies would rather litigate cases in Federal Court instead of State Court. The reasons are numerous.
One way to stay out of Federal Court is to defeat diversity jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. Section 1332(a). This is most commonly done by suing a local adjuster for the wrongs the adjuster has committed when the insurance company is an insurance company that maintains its main head-quarters out of state.
The Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, issued an opinion on October 30, 2018, wherein the Court sue sponte remanded a case back to the State Court after the insurer had removed it to Federal Court. The case is styled, Joan Elaine Murray v. Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Company and Brandon Joseph Chisolm.