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Out-Of-State Auto Policy Required To Provide Minimum Liability Limits For New Jersey Auto Accident

By on February 28, 2020 in Coverage with 0 Comments

In the Supreme Court case of Felix v. Richards, 2020 N.J. LEXIS 293 (Feb. 26, 2020), the New Jersey Supreme Court was asked to decide whether an insurer who sold policies in both New Jersey and out-of-state was entitled to rely on the lesser coverage provided under its Florida policy for a vehicle involved in […]

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Out-of-State Pedestrian Injured in New Jersey Not Entitled to PIP Benefits Under Deemer Statute

By on June 23, 2017 in Litigation with 0 Comments

Plaintiff, Kathleen Leggette, a Virginia resident, was visiting her daughter at Princeton University and, while crossing the street, she was struck by a New Jersey driver. She was insured by Government Employees Insurance Company (“GEICO”) and claimed that GEICO should provide personal injury protection (“PIP”) coverage to pay for her bills under the Deemer Statute. […]

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