Think twice before you post to social media. Before you post on Facebook or update your Instagram status, be aware that courts across the country have held that you have no “reasonable expectation of privacy” in your on line media profiles. Even when you decide to limit who can see your photos or read your [...]
Generally, rental vehicles are paid for by your auto insurance if you purchased optional “substitute transportation” coverage, and your vehicle is not drivable due to collision damage. If you don't have this coverage on your policy, it may be possible to get claim a rental through the other driver's policy if the other driver is [...]
The damage to your vehicle is generally paid by your car insurance company. Some insurance agents refer to collision coverage as "option one," or "full coverage." Collision coverage pays you for the damage to your car regardless of fault. This payment is made by your insurance company. Collision coverage does not pay for damage to [...]
If your injuries have caused you to lose time from your job, the auto insurance for the car that you were occupying will reimburse you for 75% of your gross weekly wage. The insurance company requires a “disability note” from your doctor and verification from your employer as to the days you were unable to [...]
With so many recent changes in health care it's important to know the coverages afforded by your Massachusetts' Auto policy. If you do not have private health insurance, the automobile insurance policy for the car that you were occupying at the time of the accident will pay up to $8,000.00 for your medical expenses. On [...]
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