According to court documents, on September 23, 2020, Denis Vladmirovich Molla falsely reported to the Brooklyn Center Police Department that his camper had been intentionally set on fire. He claimed that he witnessed three unidentified individuals near his residence at the time of the incident, accompanied by an explosion.
Seventeen state attorneys general have called on the federal government to recall millions of Kia and Hyundai cars due to their susceptibility to theft, which has been amplified by a viral social media challenge.
Honda is recalling 563,711 older-model CR-Vs in 22 cold-weather states and Washington, D.C., because an accumulation of road salt can cause the vehicle’s rear trailing arm to corrode and detach, which could lead to a crash.
Losses arising from email scams are usually covered, if at all, under a company’s crime policy. But a recent decision from The District Court in Minnesota suggests that recourse may also be found under an insured’s cyber or business interruption coverage.
State Farm has released an update to a previous report it has made regarding recent trends in auto insurance claims having to do with catalytic converter thefts. The trend, though already bad in the last report, has only managed to worsen across the country.