To effectively recover loss-of-use damages from an insurance company, it's necessary to take a deep dive into the nuances of loss-of-use theory, its legal precedents and the rhetoric to shape the argument.
A young entrepreneur grows up in car rental and strikes out on his own.
It's time to stop complaining about Obamacare and start using it to increase profit.
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After Proposition 1 marginally passed, a judge ruled the measure only applies to transportation and hospitality workers in the city of SeaTac, Wash., not at the airport. RACs are included in the exemption.
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This extended Q&A addresses typical questions faced by car rental operators regarding all facets of insurance.
We need to self-regulate the damage claims process before legislators do it for us.