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An Uninsured Motorist Is Negligent When Causing A Santa Cruz Accident, But Is Also Violating Mandatory Auto Insurance Laws
An Uninsured Motorist Is Negligent When Causing A Santa Cruz Accident, But Is Also Violating Mandatory Auto Insurance Laws

In California, every operator of a motor vehicle must carry liability insurance whether in his name or in the name of the owner whose car he or she is operating. The minimum amount of coverage is $15,000 for bodily injury to one person per accident and $30,000 per accident ...

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Blog posts in October, 2012

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    ABC News recently reported that according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 20 deaths of school age children are ...

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  • How CA Motorcycle Helmet Laws Can Save Your Life

    In California, with all the vehicles on the road, the odds are that within your lifetime, you will be involved in a traffic collision. No traffic ...

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