A premium discount offered by some insurance companies if the policyholder insures more than one vehicle with them.
An amount set by the no-fault laws in some states that must be met before a lawsuit for damages may be commenced against an at-fault driver in an accident.
Coverage that pays for some of the medical and funeral expenses incurred by an insured individual as the result of an accident.
term used in trials when an exhibit is produced and the clerk is asked to mark it with a umber or letter so it can be identified later.
the term given to the sentence that is a minimum period of time a criminal needs to serve without parole, suspension or probation.
the term that is applied to the degree of certainty that will justify a conclusion.
a Latin phrase that means a child who is born dead is not considered legal issue and does not have the usual rights of offspring.
the name applied to the right to remove minerals from an area of ground.
a term referring to doing an intentionally wrong act.
a term that means to exert extreme pressure on a person to make them do or not do a thing.
the term used to refer to the importance of a legal consequence.
The term given to the goods and cargo that is covered by insurance during a voyage of a ship.
the term that is used to describe the shortest time a person can spend in jail for committing a certain crime.
the title given to a public corporation
See malpractice, medical.
the name given to the court that conducts and investigates trials of offenders who are in the military. These are called court martials.
a term given to s a law that will demand compliance and will leave nothing to discretion.
the name given to the rule that acceptance of an offer is binding to the offeror when the offer is dispatched.
term that is applied to an offense or a crime that is illegal but also shows a person’s baseness and depravity.
the term that describes the facts that reduce the security of a crime and its subsequent punishment.
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