Investigation of Auto Insurance: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, Second Session, on S.J. Res. 129 ... March 12, 13, and 14, 1968
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1968 - Automobile insurance - 195 pages
Committee Serial No. 90-60. Considers S.J. Res. 129, to authorize DOT to conduct an investigation into the financial stability, use of unethical practices, and general condition of the automobile insurance industry.
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Opening statement by the chairman
Hon Alan S Bpyd Secretary of Transportation accompanied by M Cecil
Bentley president National Association of Insurance Commis
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accident victims American American Insurance Association ance Antitrust areas assigned risk auto insurance automobile accident Automobile premium basic protection plan benefits bodily injury cancellation Casualty CHAIRMAN claimants claims committee compensation system Congress cost court coverage Department of Transportation driver expense fault Federal Federal Trade Commission filed hearings insolvent companies Insurance Commissioners insurance companies insurance industry investigation involved Joint Resolution 129 jury Keeton-O'Connell plan lawyers legislation liability insurance license loss McCarran-Ferguson Act million Mutual Insurance National Association negligence operation paid pain and suffering panies payments percent person PETRARCA policyholders present system President problem property damage question rating laws record regulation reparations Rhode Island SCOTT BAILE Secretary BOYD Senate Joint Resolution Senator CANNON Senator HART Senator Magnuson Senator Moss statement Subcommittee subrogation surance tion tort liability system traffic U.S. Senate underwriting uninsured motorist VERTREES WARREN G Washington