Uninsured motorist insurance

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Uninsured motorist insurance

Insurance that covers the policyholder and family if they are injured by a hit-and-run or uninsured motorist, assuming the other driver is at fault.

Uninsured Motorist Insurance

An insurance policy or supplemental providing coverage to a motorist and/or his family in the event of a car accident with another driver who either has no car insurance or does not provide it on request. Uninsured motorist insurance only provides coverage if the policyholder is not at fault in the accident.
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In New Hampshire, there is an offset on your uninsured motorist coverage for the amount of the coverage of the person causing the accident.
Hit-and-run drivers have always been a problem for uninsured motorist coverage disputes as well as for society.
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.
Unless you have the foresight to have uninsured motorist coverage, if one of these people hits you, you're basically out of luck,'' he said.
The car was insured with Travelers Insurance Company under a policy providing $50,000 of liability coverage per person and $50,000 of uninsured motorist coverage per person.
In Georgia, drivers must choose how they want their Uninsured Motorist coverage limits to be paid in case of an accident.
With the help of lawyer Guy Kornblum, Dreyer's parents got their own insurer, State Farm, to pay out both the full $100,000 of uninsured motorist coverage on their auto policy and their $1 million in umbrella coverage.
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On July 5, 1990, the State Farm claims representative sent a letter to the Kralys' attorney indicating that State Farm was denying uninsured motorist coverage because the Kralys had failed to commence an arbitration or suit against State Farm within two years from the date of the accident.
SB1427 reduces the price of low-cost auto policies sold in Los Angeles County to $347 and those sold in San Francisco County to $314 and mandates that medical payments coverage and uninsured motorist coverage be offered for additional cost.
Many of the new laws target safety and children, distracted driving, red light enforcement, highway memorial signs, impounded vehicles and uninsured motorist coverage," said Alice Bisno, the Auto Club's vice president for legislative and regulatory affairs.
The rates include uninsured motorist coverage and refer to new business policies.