In their Insurance Law column, Norman H. Dachs and Jonathan A. Dachs, partners at Shayne, Dachs, Sauer & Dachs, discuss the governor's veto of a bill that dealt with the amount of SUM coverage required to be made available to consumers and another bill that was signed into law expanding the definition of "insured" under the SUM Endorsement to include emergency workers who had not been protected when the policy was issued to a fire company or ambulance service.
SUM Legislation - Good News/Bad News
New York Law Journal
March 12, 2013
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