Insured Forfeited Benefits by Causing ‘Irretrievable Loss’ of Insurer’s Subrogation Rights
A New Jersey court has ruled that an insured forfeited his claim for uninsured motorist benefits by causing the “irretrievable loss” of his insurer’s subrogation rights.
An appellate court in New Jersey, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that an insured forfeited his claim for uninsured motorist (“UM”) benefits by causing the “irretrievable loss” of his insurer’s subrogation rights.
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