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PA Insurance Requirements for Uber, Lyft

Pennsylvania regulations for Uber, Lyft and other ride share companies provide insurance requirements for vehicles operating through an app-based transportation service. App-based transportation services are subject to two different requirements for insurance (minimum levels of coverage) based on the status of the driver: one for if they are logged into the network and able to Read More

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Traffic Safety

Think every state is similarly concerned about your safety on its roads? Think again, as some states have adopted very few of the traffic laws considered to be essential to traffic safety. In partner Keith Leonard’s March column for ACtion Magazine, he identifies those states which have done a lot to ensure the safety of Read More

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New NJ Regulations on Uber/Lift

Uber, Lyft and other “transportation network companies” are operating under new regulations in New Jersey after Governor Chris Christie signed a bill into law on February 10, 2017. The law provides new insurance requirements for vehicles operating within a transportation network. There are two different minimum insurance coverage levels: one applicable when drivers are logged Read More

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Insurance Requirements for Uber, Lyft, and Other App-Based Transportation Services

The new regulations for Uber, Lyft and other transportation network companies (“app-based transportation service”) are now in effect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Governor Wolf signed the bill into law on Friday, November 4, 2016. That means new insurance requirements for vehicles operating through an app-based transportation service. App-based transportation services are now subject two Read More

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Using PIP as a Pedestrian

The number of pedestrians struck by vehicles is on the rise. As a pedestrian, it is important to know who is responsible for paying your medical expenses after an accident. Pedestrians who are Pennsylvania auto insurance policy holders should make a Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claim, and submit their medical bills to their auto insurance up Read More

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New Jersey Residents, Choose Your Auto Insurance Carefully

Drivers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have options when selecting auto insurance coverage that can affect their ability to sue after a motor vehicle collision. Pennsylvania drivers who need more information should click here New Jersey drivers, read on. Auto insurance policy holders in New Jersey pick between what is called “limitation on lawsuit” or “verbal threshold” Read More

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Be Careful When Choosing Limited Tort Coverage

Pennsylvania residents are able to choose between full tort and limited tort coverage when signing up for an auto policy. Many policy holders pick limited tort coverage because it keeps monthly payments down, but this choice can end up “limiting” your right to file a claim should you become injured in a car accident. Policy Read More

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