Insurance – Auto – UM – Contract – Unfair Trade Practices – ArbitrationChew v. Progressive Universal Insurance Co. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-02-1083, 18 pp.) (Louise W. Flanagan, Ch.J.) E.D.N.C. Holding: Since plaintiff never sued the uninsured motorist who caused his accident, plaintiff has no breach of contract claim against the insurer because plaintiff never established the amount the uninsured motorist was legally required to pay him. Summary judgment for ...
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Published: November 12, 2010
Time posted: 10:37 am
Tags: Arbitration, Auto, Contract, Insurance, UM, Unfair Trade Practices