Unsatisfied Judgment Fund

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Unsatisfied Judgment Fund

A fund established by a state government to compensate persons who are involved in automobile accidents that are not sufficiently covered by the other motorists' insurance. In general, drivers are required to carry insurance on their automobiles in case they are at fault in an accident. Unsatisfied judgment funds exist so as not to punish the wrong person in case the other party does not carry the mandatory insurance.
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Contributions can be made to the UJF online at www.
CONTACT: Aliya Durham, Operation Better Block, +1-412-731-1908; Boris Weinstein, UJF Environmental Committee, +1-412-688-9120; Jeffrey Cohan, UJF Director of Community and Public Affairs, +1-412-992-5234
UJF Bank hopes to get a deal wrapped up within this month, but the sources said the prospect is unclear as some creditors are hedging on the issue.
Through its United Jewish Appeal (UJA) of MetroWest campaign, UJF of MetroWest raises more than $23.
At that time they are expected to officially invite Mayor O'Connor to visit their communities when a large group of Pittsburgh area residents make a visit in May 2007 as part of a UJF Mission.
An inaugural ceremony will be held at its Tokyo head office Tuesday morning, to be attended by UFJ Bank Chairman Hideo Ogasawara and UJF Bank President Masashi Teranishi.
Dedicated to the healing and repair of the world, the UJF distributes more than $20 million annually to meet social service, health and education needs in Pittsburgh, Israel and throughout the world
When natural disasters have hit, the Jewish community has always been at the forefront of responding to the need," said Jeff Finkelstein, UJF President and CEO.
Mitzvah Day provides the ideal win-win situation," said Howard Rieger, UJF President.
The UJF Foundation is proud to join with Ladies Hospital Aid Society in bringing this important new service to the elderly in our community," said Karen A.
The shuk was organized by UJF volunteers to support Israel during its current crisis.
funded by the UJF, UJF Foundation and the Jewish Healthcare Foundation, is the first measurement of the community since 1984 when the UJF last completed a population study.