What You Should Know About Auto Insurance

Comprehensive coverage provides coverage for loss to your vehicle due to certain proximate causes such as fire, theft, vandalism and acts of nature. Collision covers damage to your vehicle in the event that it collides with another vehicle or object, often regardless of who is at fault.

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What If My Car Insurance Attorney Represented the Auto Insurance Companies I am Suing?

While your attorney may be guilty of a breach of duty owed to you and of a conflict of interest, you may be limited only to reporting him to the ethics committee. You can try to recover civil damages against him through attorney malpractice in order to receive monetary compensation, but in order to do so, you will need to be able to prove that your lawyer not only breached his duty (which is pretty clear), but also that the breach cost you money. In other words, you need to be able to prove that you would have had a different result, i.e. – a larger verdict, a better settlement, etc., if only that lawyer hadn’t been representing you despite his conflict of interest. Proving this can be a challenge.

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