A New Jersey law meant to counteract step-down clauses in automobile insurance policies has been denied retroactive effect by the state Supreme Court.
Last Monday’s ruling in James v. New Jersey Manufacturers Ins. Co. means a man injured driving a company vehicle cannot tap his employer’s $500,000 in uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, because the accident occurred two months before the law kicked in.
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