Category Archives: Insurance Coverage

Virginia Trial Lawyers Improve Car Insurance Law

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It used to be the law in Virginia that an injured car crash victim could not accept a full insurance policy limits offer from the negligent defendant driver’s company without permission from her own motor vehicle carrier if she wanted to get additional benefits from her underinsured coverage. UnderInsured Motorist insurance is known as UIM,

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Uber Crash – Who Do You Sue ? Are You Covered ?

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With the explosion of ride services outside of the traditional taxicab and hack systems, it is hard to know how to proceed when in an accident with an App dispatched vehicle through Lyft, Uber or other such company. Uber and Lyft are referred to as “Transportation Network Companies” (TNCs). They participate in the new ride-sharing

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What do Insurance Companies Want to Know ?

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HINT: The SAME THING as its Wall Street investors ! While preparing the first Fen-Phen diet drug cases for trial in the Circuit Court of Alexandria, Doug Landau was stunned to learn that when American Hope Products Corporation put up BILLIONS of dollars to settle the products liability cases of thousands of women whose hearts

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