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Tag Archives: Bodily injury coverage

Is an Insurance Company Obligated to Pay a Personal Injury Judgment?

By John Willis |

A personal injury lawsuit often involves a number of complex legal issues. For instance, even after a plaintiff has clearly established the defendant’s liability and proven he or she is entitled to damages, that often leads to the question of who will actually pay the award. Defendants often have insurance policies to cover personal… Read More »

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Can I Collect Insurance if My Spouse Injures Me in a Car Accident?

By John Willis |

Tennessee law requires all drivers to carry a certain level of insurance coverage. Among other things, such insurance must cover at least $25,000 for “bodily injury” to one person in a car accident, or $50,000 if two are more people suffer such injuries. This only covers injuries sustained by other people, not the insured… Read More »

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