A decision by an insurer to stop providing insurance coverage on the date a policy is due to be renewed.
Insurance coverage that is offered to an individual who is not the owner of the insured vehicle.
An insurance policy that provides coverage only when the driver of the vehicle is listed as a Named Driver.
A named driver not covered under a car owner’s liability insurance. See Excluded Driver.
the term used to describe a nuisance that will continue and can’t be remedied without a great expense.
the term that is sued when a person is made aware that they are to be involved in a law suit.
The term that describes car insurance where each party pays towards a share of damages regardless of who was at fault.
the term given to a token award given to a plaintiff by the court to show that the he was right but no money damage is required or justified.
the term that applies to any assets that are not distribute by a provision in a person’s will.
the material that is brought up by the defendant that is beyond the accusations of the plaintiff.
the name that is given to the notice that is required by law for a person suing a public corporation.
the name given to the people who have been included in a suit because there presence is required.
the term used to describe a positive statement that is made in a negative way.
the term used when a nuisance has been removed.
the name that is given to a law suit that is based on new facts that differ from the original facts.
the term given to a trial with only a judge and no jury.
term for the careless and the reckless lack of concern that results in injury.
the name given to new material that has come to light after a trial has been conducted and could be the basis for a new trial.
A term that is used to describe a person who disagrees and dissents from the accepted and established modes behavior.
the term given to activities that don’t lead to making a profit.
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