uninsured motorist clause

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uninsured motorist clause

n. the clause in a policy of insurance on an automobile which provides that the if the owner (or a passenger) of the automobile is injured by a negligent driver of another vehicle who does not have liability insurance, then the insurance company will pay its insured's actual damages.

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com has released a new blog post explaining the importance of having uninsured motorist auto insurance.
The uninsured motorist didn't pay for the damages and when she called around to different body shops the prices were too high.
There are two types of uninsured motorist coverage, one that can cover injuries and another that can cover your car.
The LAPD investigated the accident and concluded that the uninsured motorist was the sole cause of the accident.
A DOZY uninsured motorist tried to give officers the slip - but accidentally drove into a police station car park.
AN uninsured motorist who callously drove off after mowing down and fatally injuring a Birmingham dad has been jailed for four years and nine months.
which found there was no uninsured motorist coverage available to Gay under the policy he had with the Association in Frank Gay and Frank Gay Plumbing Inc.
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A 1 percent increase in the unemployment rate is associated with an increase of three-quarters of 1 percent in the uninsured motorist rate.
The court cited earlier rulings in which it held that Maine's statute extends "coverage to wrongful death claims caused by an uninsured motorist, when the deceased was not an insured under the claimant's policy.
But the policy did not include uninsured motorist (UM) coverage.
The father claimed he suffered emotional distress from witnessing his son being injured and attempted to claim benefits for emotional distress under his uninsured motorist coverage.