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SDI v. Brown: Implications for Car Rental

SDI v. Brown: Implications for Car Rental

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.

January 22, 2020

Federal Court Upholds Graves Amendment Challenge in Primary Insurance State
Michigan AG Sues Executive Over Breach of Agreement
Lawsuit Claims Michigan AG Campaign Consultant Extorted Executive Car Rental
Europcar Fined $350K for Credit, Debit Card Surcharges
Kia, Budget Sued After Rental Car Catches Fire
Uber Could Be Violating Antitrust Laws, Judge Says
Massport Files Lawsuit Against Turo

Massport Files Lawsuit Against Turo

In the lawsuit, Massport claims that despite sending the California-based company two cease-and-desist letters, Turo has refused to stop its airport operations.

June 11, 2019

Hertz Files $32M Lawsuit Against Consulting Agency
E-Z Rent-A-Car, Advantage Agree to $4.6M Settlement
Executive Car Rental Settles with Michigan AG

Executive Car Rental Settles with Michigan AG

The $39,500 settlement includes provisions that requires Executive to stop collecting security deposits and ensure that customers can complete a walk around of the vehicle to check for any pre-existing damages prior to leaving the lot.

April 16, 2019