Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc

After high awards, arbitration avoided

 Tuesday, October 12, 2010

 The Times Leader

Amy Savakinas was stopped at a Kingston intersection when a car driven by a drunken driver slammed into her driver’s side door in October 2008, causing her serious injuries. The driver, John T. Premo, 24, carried the minimum insurance coverage of $15,000, so Savakinas filed an underinsured motorist claim with her own insurance carrier, Nationwide Mutual Insurance, to compensate her for her injuries.
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