David Purinton, who filed the case as the owner of Subrogation Division, Inc. (SDI), explains how the decision upholds the Graves Amendment in a primary insurance state and that car rental companies can seek recovery even if they initially pay the claim.
The ruling in SDI v. Brown confirms that even in “primary” insurance states, rental car companies are not responsible for damages their renters cause.
If the fee is deemed illegal and not repealed by the city, Phoenix could lose its share of state revenue, which is a third of its general fund budget.
After an Enterprise Rent-A-Car supervisor finds 27 key fobs in an employee’s backpack, the employee admits to stealing five key fobs daily to resell.
The man, who works as a customer service represented, is accused of inappropriately touching a customer who was renting a vehicle in September.