Arbitration – Motion to Compel – Insurance – Auto – UIM – Exhaustion of Liability CoverageCreed v. Smith The plaintiff’s motion to compel arbitration should have been granted because his insurance company’s liability limits had been “exhausted” for the purposes of G.S. § 20-279.21 and the underinsured motorist policies of the plaintiff and his employer.
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Published: August 30, 2012
Time posted: 11:18 am
Tags: Arbitration, Auto, Exhaustion of Liability Coverage, Insurance, motion to compel, UIM