In Garcia v. Geico General Insurance Co., the 11th circuit U.S. Court of Appeals said that even though the driver of the rental car involved in the crash wasn’t the original renter, the insurance company of the driver is still responsible for coverages.
January 17, 2012
Though the person driving the rented vehicle wasn’t the original renter, the court ruled that because the original renter gave permission, the insurance company is still responsible for damages.
November 29, 2011
Are increases in negligent entrustment lawsuits a result of injured plaintiffs blocked by the Graves Amendment?
June 28, 2010
A Colorado Appellate Court clears the way for recovery of loss of use damages and administrative fees.
March 1, 2010
Court rules for plaintiff, even though his rental car contract excluded other drivers.
December 9, 2009
A Florida Supreme Court case regarding damaged underground telephone cables threatens to rewrite some state laws and run roughshod over car rental loss of use claims.
November 1, 2009
If your rental car is damaged and another party is at fault, can you imagine getting taxed on the repair reimbursement?
September 1, 2009
Who’s responsible for an accident or injury when a third party pays for a rental with a credit card? Three cases with different results are examined.
July 1, 2008