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If the driver who smashes into me has no insurance and no money, does that mean I get nothing ?

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Not necessarily.  If you have your own auto coverage, or are covered under another member of your household’s policy, you may have “UNinsured Motorist” coverage.  This type of insurance is generally mandatory for Virginia drivers.  This insurance may enable you to collect against your own insurance policy.  Your insurance company can then go against the

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Can you “STACK” Medpay ?

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In a word, “yes.”  In Virginia, it is permissable to “stack” medpay insurance benefits.  In other words, if there are seveal cars in your  household, and you are involved in a terrible crash and injure your head or break your leg, you may be able to collect not only the medpay insurance benefits on your

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Why waive reading and signing a deposition transcript?

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In this day and age where the court reporters tape record (and may even videotape) a deposition, it seems that their transcripts will be extremely accurate.  Furthermore, Court Reporters ask for spellings and corrections during the proceedings if they are unsure what they heard, wrote down or repeated into their recording devices.  So, while the

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