Colorado Homes Bill Seeks To Clarify Definitions In No-Fault Law; Including 'Resident Relative.'

January 2001
Insurance Advocate;01/27/2001, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p5
Deals with the H.B. 1034 bill designed to clarify the variations in Colorado personal injury protection (PIP) auto insurance coverages and the no-fault law. Main points of the bill according to Michael Harrold, regional manager of the National Association of Independent Insurers.


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