By Jeffrey E. Thomas, Associate Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Missouri - Kansas City
Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance issues are among the most technical and complex in the area of automobile insurance. This chapter is...
By Andrew Janquitto, Partner, Mudd, Harrison & Burch, L.L.P
Chapter 62 examines physical damage coverage for motor vehicles, which is a first-party insurance coverage designed to protect the insured vehicle from direct and accidental loss caused...
By Lane Finch, Member, Hand Arendall LLC
"The automobile is so much a part of American life that there are few activities in which the 'use of an automobile' does not play a part somewhere in the chain of events." In 2009 there...
By Christopher J. Robinette, Associate Professor at the Widener University School of Law
Chapter 61 provides an overview of automobile insurance law in the United States, including many matters that will be covered in greater detail in subsequent...
By Eileen Swarbrick, Attorney
Chapter 66 provides an in-depth discussion of no-fault insurance law. No-fault insurance refers to insurance for which an insured is compensated for economic losses no matter who is at fault in an accident. No-fault coverage...
By Donald M. Carley, Associate General Counsel, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
Chapter 64 provides an overview of one of the most overlooked coverages in the personal automobile insurance contract - the medical payments coverage. The...