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Nevada Court Enforces Clear and Unambiguous Contractual Limitation of Action

Evelyn Collins and her daughter Angela lived in the same house.  They each had their own car and their own auto insurance policy from Farmers Insurance.One day Evelyn was a passenger in her daughter’s car.  The daughter Angela negligently caused an accident.  Evelyn was seriously hurt.  Evelyn made a claim against her daughter and collected the $100,000.00 auto bodily injury liability limit from the daughter’s policy.  Evelyn also made a claim against her own policy for med pay.  She … [Read more...]