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- n. Insurance purchased by the owner of a vehicle to cover losses due to traffic accidents or theft
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Homeowner’s insurance is to your house what auto insurance is to your car.
Many auto insurance policies have an arbitration clause that says if you don’t think your insurance company made a reasonable offer under uninsured/ underinsured motorists coverage, you can’t even go to court to settle the dispute.
This neighborhood was always referred to by the name of its main street, Shirley Avenue, which ran for half a mile or so from Bell Circle (which had the state record for the most auto insurance claims) to Revere Beach (which was Americas first public beach, a lesser version of Coney Island in those days).