January 11, 2010 at 9:19 AM #501870UCGalParticipant
I worked for Wawanese years ago (late 1979/80 time frame). Wawanesa used to require their insureds to sign “exclusions” if there was a less desirable driver in the household. This was used in roommate situations or one example I remember – a household with a 16 year old unlicensed driver, who’d already gotten in an accident. The parents had to sign a form specifically saying that if the kid were driving, it wouldn’t be covered.
Not sure how well these forms would/did hold up in court.
I suspect they’re still using these exclusions.May 22, 2012 at 3:50 AM #743238AnonymousGuest
It consists of complex law rules which a common man can’t understand. Better you consult to your lawyer.May 22, 2012 at 3:52 AM #744213AnonymousGuest
You should choose the best attorney in your region. The lawyer must be well knowledgeable with good experience and from reputed firm.May 22, 2012 at 12:52 PM #744235AnonymousGuest
[quote=peter1]It consists of complex law rules which a common man can’t understand. Better you consult to your lawyer.[/quote]
[quote=peter1]You should choose the best attorney in your region. The lawyer must be well knowledgeable with good experience and from reputed firm.[/quote]
Post on an old thread.. humm smells feeeshhy. SPAM is not welcome. Ron Paul will come to your home to beat some sense into you if you post SPAM.May 22, 2012 at 1:13 PM #744236sdrealtorParticipant
Sam Spital?May 22, 2012 at 1:29 PM #744237CDMA ENGParticipant
Why an attonery? Under 5K… Small claims the uninusred driver.
Doubt you will collect but for the small some of money we are talking here an Attonery seems hardly worth it.
CEMay 22, 2012 at 5:07 PM #744249AnonymousGuest
Why an attonery? Under 5K… Small claims the uninusred driver.CE[/quote] Must be an Attonery, even for small claims on the uninusred driver.. since the Attonery is from a reputed firm and is well knowledgeable. It is thos darn complex law rules things.May 22, 2012 at 5:37 PM #744252scaredyclassicParticipant
whats a reputed firm.
reputacious? reputalicious? ill-repute?
bad reputation, don’t give a damn ’bout my.
which reminds meif you haven’t watched freaks and geeks, just watch it.
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