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Unconscionable

A contract or bargain which is so unfair to a party that no reasonable or informed person would agree to it. In a suit for breach of contract, a court will not enforce an unconscionable contract (award damages or order specific performance) against the person unfairly treated, on the theory that he/she was misled, lacked information or signed under duress or misunderstanding.

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Undue Influence

The amount of pressure which one uses to force someone to execute a will leaving assets in a particular way, to make a direct gift while alive or to sign a contract. The key element is that the influence was so great that the testator (will writer), donor (gift giver) or party to the contract had lost the ability to exercise his/her judgment and could not refuse to give in to the pressure. Evidence of such dominance of another’s mind may result in invalidation of the will, gift or contract by a court if the will, gift or contract is challenged.

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Underinsured Motorist Coverage

A type of insurance coverage that can be purchased separately from the common personal injury protection (PIP) or bodily injury liability insurance coverage. Underinsured motorist insurance will help provide a victim of a motor vehicle accident more payment of medical bills if the at-fault party’s liability insurance does not cover the remainder of the bills. This takes effect after the injured party’s PIP and excess medical payment coverage is exhausted and after the at-fault party’s liability coverage is exhausted (used up entirely).

To learn more about how your insurance coverage works when in an accident, please visit the Who Pays My Medical Bills and Lost Wages page.

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Uninsured Employers Fund

A fund, run by the Department of Workers’ Compensation, through which an injured worker’s benefits can be paid if his or her employer is illegally uninsured for workers’ compensation.

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage

A type of insurance coverage that can be purchased separately from the common personal injury protection (PIP) or bodily injury liability insurance coverage. When a motor vehicle accident occurs, if the at-fault party did not maintain liability insurance at the time of the crash, this coverage is collected from the injured party’s insurance company after their PIP and excess medical payment coverage have been exhausted (used up entirely). To learn more about how your insurance coverage works when in an accident, please visit the Who Pays My Medical Bills and Lost Wages page.

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