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Report using driver’s account of no-contact hit-and-run accident can be used for claim
Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio
When a motorist is injured in an accident caused by avoiding an unidentified vehicle that fled the scene, evidence derived from the driver’s account, such as a police report, can be used as “independent corroborative evidence” to support a claim for uninsured motorist insurance coverage, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled.
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Date Published: November 29, 2016