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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PLAINTIFF VALUES - 15,000 LID 35.55% 43.98% 40.18% FAVORABLE AWARDS ON CASES WITH PLAINTIFF VALUES (WITH LID) 37.36% 46.55% 39.86% 1994 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS JUDICIAL ARBITRATIONS MONETARY IMPACT BY CASE RESULT AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AS% OF VALUE RESULT DIFFERENCE VALUE LAWFIRM B CASES 256 $2,713 5,108 $2,395 188% 1994 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS UNINSURED MOTORIST ARBITRATIONS LAWFIRM C CASES 71 CATEGORY LAWFIRM OUTSIDE ALL COUNSEL COUNSEL COUNSEL
(On the other hand, insurance-registration fees could be paid in more manageable installments.) PPN also instantly solves the uninsured motorist problem.
Thus, for every one acknowledged uninsured motorist, there were 50 unacknowledged "free riders."
Officials say some policyholders with minimum uninsured motorist coverage could pay $45 more a month.
The idea came when Co-Owner, Lynn Jones had a fender bender with an uninsured motorist. She needed some simple paint and body work done on her car but only had liability insurance.
There are two types of uninsured motorist coverage, one that can cover injuries and another that can cover your car.
A DOZY uninsured motorist tried to give officers the slip - but accidentally drove into a police station car park.
In reviewing my client's policy, hoping to find additional coverage in the form of their uninsured motorist coverage, I learned that my client had precisely the same limit of coverage, $100,000.
By specifying a particular limit for liability and uninsured motorist coverage, if true, the agent exposed himself to a suit for negligence when the insured finds, with hindsight, that the limits were inadequate.
The policy provides liability; agreed-value physical damage coverage; medical payments; uninsured motorist coverage; accessories; trailers; and spare parts, along with any state mandates.
Grabowski argued that the carjacker was an uninsured motorist (UM), and her UM protection should cover her injury.
After Joyner's death, her husband sought uninsured motorist benefits from Allstate (which provided $30,000 in such coverage) and Massachusetts Bay (which had uninsured motorist limits of $200,000).