State of Regulation 2009

January 2009
Best's Review;Jan2009, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p48
Trade Publication
The article offers information on new statutes and amendments that affect insurance carriers and producers in the U.S. A new automobile law prevents writing, sending or reading a text-based communication while driving in California. Meanwhile, a new law in Colorado requires insurance companies to include medical payments coverage of at least $5,000 on motor vehicle policies. It is noted that an amendment in Georgia limits coverages under the uninsured motorist provisions in the state.


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