like businesses where there is a boss (i.e. “principal”) who hires employees (i.e. “agents.”)
The boss sometimes provides a vehicle for his employees to use in order to carry out the
bosses business. In much the same way, there is a “head of the household” that often
provides a vehicle (car, truck, boat, etc…) for the use, enjoyment and convenience of family
members. What if an employee, while engaged in the boss’s business, is involved in a car
accident that’s the employee’s fault? In...
Issues addressing the procedures involved in the hiring and training of drivers are starting to surface. There are certain standards and requirements that must be met before just anyone is allowed to sit behind the wheel of a big rig. To protect your legal rights following severe injury or wrongful death resulting from a trucking accident, big rig crash or auto accident, it is wise to immediately consult with an experienced attorney.
Each year thousands of motorists and big rig drivers are...
Judgments expire 6 years from the date of their entry unless they are renewed. See NRS NRS 11.190(1)(a) and 70.010(1). This section will address the process of renewing a judgment and will address:
•How do I renew a judgment?
•What information must be included in the Affidavit of Renewal?
•Does a bankruptcy filing affect a plaintiff’s ability to renew its judgment?
How do I renew a judgment?
A judgment creditor may renew a judgment which has not been paid by:
1.Filing an Affidavit of...
Send them a letter damanding that they settle within polocy limits. They have to try. if they do not they may be required to pay the exess. not a certinty but it MAY help get you out of it, sadly however it sounds like you are going to come out of pocket and should work with the ins co to get you the best deal it can.
Typically, a possessor of premises is liable for physical harm caused to a licensee by a condition on the premises if, but only if, the plaintiff establishes the following three elements:
1.The possessor knew or should have known of the condition, should have realized that it involved an unreasonable risk of harm to the licensee, and should have expected that the licensee would not discover or realize the danger;
2.The possessor failed to exercise reasonable care to make the condition safe,...
As a technical matter the answer seems to be yes. It is however a subject that may be modified by statute, insurance commission ruling or contract. In general ability insurance pays indemnity: Indemnity is often used as a synonym for compensation or reparation. All three can be construed as obligations to act on an injured party's behalf given the occurrence of a contractually-specified event. However, indemnity as a legal concept has a much broader meaning than the other two terms; namely, an...