An insured person who has had no time period during which he or she was uninsured since first taking out an auto insurance policy.
Archive | C RSS feed for this section
The most common form of optional auto insurance coverage, alongside Collision, covering damage that is the result of non-collision factors, such weather and theft.
Along with Comprehensive, the most common form of optional auto insurance coverage. Collision Coverage covers the cost (minus a deductible) of repairing damage to a vehicle when the insured driver is at fault or the at-fault driver is unknown
A document issued by insurance companies or agents to vehicle owners as proof of compliance with laws requiring car insurance coverage.
A policy of insurance protecting an owner and driver against losses associated with the use and operation of a motor vehicle.
When an insurance policy is terminated prior to the renewal date. Either the insurer or the insured can cancel a policy.
a Latin term for a company that is organised in strict accordance to the governing laws.
the term that is given to the place that something can be seen so it can be observed and easily seen by interested and disinterested parties.
an injunction that will stop or countermands an enforcement of an injunction.
See compounding a crime.
the term given to describe the costs involved when prosecuting a suit.
a contract where an employer hires union labour and all employees agree to be members while working there.
This term is given to the jail for minor criminals or for transient criminals.
a person whose income is derived from an investment.
the term that is applied to the suit for recovery of property that is wrongfully held or taken and will include damages for the wrongful act.
This term is applied to a wrongful act that keeps happening over a period of time and involves damage to a person’s health or property.
a court authorisation that allows a commission to examine a witness and get statements from a witness outside the court’s jurisdiction.
an unwarranted and purposeful disbelief of a dependable and a believable witness.
the education that a parent must see that his child must receive to the age of 16.
In medical jurisprudence it is the consent that a spouse can give for medical treatment if the patient is unable to do so.
Enter your email address to stay current on legal news and receive special offers
Featuring Black’s Law Dictionary
- How To Find Out If Someone Is Married
- How Does Unemployment Work?
- How To Find Out Who Owns A Property
- How To Find Your Social Security Number
- How To Find Out If Someone Died
- How Long Does A Background Check Take?
- What Does Disposed Mean In A Court Case?
- Squatter’s Rights & Adverse Possession: What You Need To Know
- The Difference Between Sexual Battery, Sexual Assault, & Rape
- What Is the Difference Between an Indictment and a Charge?
- Best Way to Find Someone in Jail for Free
- How Do You Look up License Plate Numbers?
- Best Way to Run a Free Arrest Warrant Check
- Signing a Letter on Someone Else's Behalf
- What Is A Police Welfare Check?
- Best Way to Write a Professional Letter to a Judge
- How To Look Up My Court Date Online
- How To Find An Inmate's Release Date
- How To Find A Name & Address Using A License Plate Number
- How Do I Check On My Security Clearance Status?