Examination Under Oath

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Most insurance policies allow the insurance company to require a policyholder to answer questions under oath and to produce documents and other information so the insurance company can investigate an insurance claim. This formal legal proceeding is called an examination under oath. The examination part of this process is requiring the policyholder to answer questions that are asked by...

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The Direct Action Statute and Collateral Source Rule Live On

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Recently, the Louisiana House of Representatives passed House Bill 372, a major bill that its proponents claimed would reduce auto insurance rates. However, the proposed legislation was all but rejected on May 7th, after an in-depth review by the Louisiana Senate Judiciary Committee. The committee raised strong concerns that not only would the bill fail in achieving its goal...

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