An insured person who has had no time period during which he or she was uninsured since first taking out an auto insurance policy.
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.
These are crimes that are committed and are punishable under common law and not crimes that have been created by statutes.
The term that is given to a statement that contradicts itself.
the insurance that is compulsory and is required before you can operate a vehicle.
the conclusion that is reached by a court after considering all of the presented facts in a case. It is also a statement of the law by a court.
This term applies to taking another person’s property without any cause or permission. It is an unlawful action.
the name given to a court that is conducted outside normal sessions but is used from time to time to hear certain cases.
the lien or the right to hold property by a government on articles for which duty is due and has not been paid.
The relationship between people where one is bound to keep information secret from others and acts in the person’s best interest.
This term is applied to a trial that is held in private and is the opposite of an open court.
This term applies to all property and money and the surplus and undistributed profits.
Latin for an objection to a juror based on possible bias or partiality.
These are the bonds that are issued by a corporation and are a written promise to pay a certain interest in return for money loaned.
the evidence that is clear and positive and beyond the shadow of a doubt.
the consent from a patient for treatment after they have been given all of the information about their condition or illness.
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