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Louisiana Omnibus Premium Reduction Act No Pay No Play Law


Definition of "Louisiana omnibus premium reduction act (no pay, no play law)"

Sonya  Dodd
  Realty Executives Associates

Law that places limitations on an uninsured motor vehicle owner or motor vehicle operator's ability to recover damages in the event of a motor vehicle accident. The state of Louisiana requires every registered motor vehicle to be covered either by liability insurance or other evidence of the ability to pay such as a security deposit placed with the state treasury or posted bond. If there is a motor vehicle accident and the motor vehicle owner or operator does not have the minimum liability insurance or other evidence of the ability to pay in force,, the owner/operator is prohibited from recovering the first $10,000 in property damage and the first $10,000 in bodily injury damage. This prohibition also applies if the CLAIMANT does not have liability insurance or other forms of security covering the motor vehicle.



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