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Why would you accept policy limits for an insurance company?
I have been asked why would you make a policy limits demand to an at-fault driver when the claim may be worth well in excess of the limits. What the plaintiff’s attorney is trying to do, by only asking for policy limits, and telling the insurance…
Published Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Social host liability
Property owners owe a duty of care to their guests to exercise reasonable care. This is subject to much discussion on what was/is reasonable care. A property owner must either warn or create a safe environment for their guests. Washington case law states…
Published Saturday, March 17, 2007

False Assumption - 3. The property damage estimate is accurate because a professional adjuster looked at my car
The property damage estimate is accurate because a professional adjuster looked at my car. Property damage is the proof of two or more vehicles colliding. Having an accurate recording of the damage to the cars may have a bearing on how seriously the…
Published Saturday, July 21, 2007

Am I subject to liability if I co-sign on an automobile?
I’m often asked if a co-signer, usually a parent is responsible for damages if my child gets in a crash. Briefly, the answer is: it depends. More specifically, by being a co-signer, does not provide clear cut liability for any injured person to…
Published Tuesday, January 10, 2012

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