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Justices: No ‘substitute vehicle’ UIM coverage (access required)

A Cary doctor was not entitled UIM and medical payments coverage for an accident that happened while he was driving a car not listed on his policy -- despite his claim that the listed car was out of service, the Supreme Court has ruled. The doctor argued that he was driving a "temporary substitute vehicle" that ...

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