A free article from Clifford Law Offices, "Letter Fails to Trigger Coverage": about motor vehicle crash cases.
July 15, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsIf you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, "It's routine (or, at least, it should be) …to send a letter to the plaintiff's automobile insurance carrier demanding uninsured or underinsured motorist benefits just in case the defendant is uninsured or his insurance limits are less than your[s]." Recognizing that not all insurance policies are alike, in a column entitled, "Letter Fails to Trigger Coverage," attorney Colin Dunn writes about some of the issues surrounding what occurs when these letters are written to the insurance company.
Dunn, an associate attorney at Clifford Law Offices, writes in his column that appeared in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on May 25, 2011, of some of the cases that examined this important issue and the specific type of language that the courts have deemed necessary in order to ensure that the insurer has been properly notified. Click here to read his entire vehicle accident and insurance article.
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