Insurance Coverage Disputes

Blog Posts in January, 2015

  • What to do if the other driver has no automobile insurance

    If you get in an auto accident, it is likely that the accident is not your fault. It is probably also the case, however, that the other driver may not have automobile insurance, or not have enough insurance. What do you do in that situation? If you have uninsured motorist automobile insurance coverage, or underinsured motorist coverage, your own auto carrier is obligated to not only pay for your ...
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  • What Does a Contractual Arbitration Clause do to Your Rights?

    Many contracts contain contractual arbitration clauses. The language obligates the parties to the contract to resolve any disagreements through the binding arbitration forum, possibly, if specified, through the parameters set by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). The arbitration clause’s effect is to avoid the court system. The intention is for the parties to resolve disputes more quickly ...
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