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Why Do We Keep Juries From Knowing That A Defendant In A Personal Injury Lawsuit Has Liability Insurance?

People who have been injured by another person’s negligence (or by a company’s negligence), who must sue to receive fair compensation for their injuries, are barred from informing juries that a defendant has liability insurance to cover the damages being sought in the lawsuit.

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