You just bought a not-so-shiny, not-so-new car that does just what you need it to do: it takes you (or your teenager) to and from work (or school) without breaking the budget. Now you have 30 days to add it onto your existing policy. So, should you get full coverage? Read more…
The short answer is yes.
Just in case you take a bad fall this winter… I think you ought to know what your rights are. I reviewed some of the cases in Washington State, and this is what I came up with:
Since 1975, landowners have been required to "exercise reasonable care [toward invitees] to prevent the occurrence of defective or dangerous conditions" regardless of whether the dangerous condition was a "natural" accumulation. (See Washington case Geise v. Lee, 84 Wn.2d 866, 529 (1975)).