In Neptune v. Indian Harbor Insurance Co., the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently addressed whether uninsured motorist (UM) coverage applied in an accident where there was no evidence of a ‘hit’ from the uninsured vehicle.
A north Phoenix couple said they feel violated after someone stole their truck from right in front of their home. The bold thieves used a tow truck in the dead of night to make off with the expensive pickup and everything inside.
The New Year probably didn’t start the way Safelite officials expected. On Jan. 5, Safelite Group Inc., Safelite AutoGlass (SAG) and Safelite Solutions LLC (SSL) were sued for insurance fraud by a former employee for himself and on behalf of the people of California.
Forget snooping smartphones and spying smartwatches. Modern, connected cars are ‘the official worst category of products for privacy that we have ever reviewed,’ Mozilla concluded after studying two dozen brands.
Waymo is using insurance data to make the case that its self-driving cars are safer than human drivers. The report, a result of the collaboration first announced last year between the Alphabet-owned company and the insurer Swiss Re, is intended to show how driverless vehicles crash less often and damage less property than human-driven vehicles.
Ford and Lincoln have jointly issued a safety recall that includes nearly 170,000 vans and SUVs built between the 2018 and 2023 model years. The vehicles included in the campaign are equipped with a rear-view camera whose image can cut out while the driver is backing up.