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Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • By: Allan M. Siegel An insurance bad faith case that had earned national attention was recently resolved when a federal jury in Montana ordered Geico – one of the largest auto insurance providers in the nation – to pay $200,000 in contract damages and $2.5 million in punitive damages for refusing to pay a woman whose husband was killed by an uninsured driver. The case stemmed from a ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky The high court of D.C., the Court of Appeals, has handed down an important decision that may affect your automobile insurance policy. The decision applies if your policy is a D.C. policy. The case is called Hubb v. State Farm. The Court held that if you receive Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits (a kind of insurance benefit that gives you money immediately after a car ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky A "deposition" is a regular feature of any high-value car accident lawsuit in Virginia. If you are not personally familiar with what a deposition is, you may have seen an example in the movie "The Social Network" (about the creation of Facebook). At a deposition, a person with knowledge about facts of the case – one of the parties, or a witness – ...
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