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Drivers in Maine are required to carry $50,000 in insurance coverage at a minimum and this law is routinely enforced by police officers making traffic stops. They impose penalties for failing to carry insurance, including fines, license suspension, and potential loss of regisgtration privileges.
Unfortunately, rigorous enforcement doesn't lead to all drivers in Maine being insured, though the rate of... Read More
Ordinarily, for purposes of testimony and evidence, an out of court statement which is being introduced at trial to prove the truth of the matter being asserted is not admissible in evidence because it is "hearsay." One of the reasons this is so is... Read More
Side impact collisions have long been a trouble area among vehicle engineers. In a head-on vehicle collision, the entire engine block acts a crumple zone and provides a protective space between the colliding vehicle and the occupant. In a side impact... Read More