Van De Kamp, 020983 CAAGO, AGO 82-1102
|Docket Nº:||AGO 82-1102|
|Case Date:||February 09, 1983|
"Every owner of a vehicle used in the transportation of passengers for hire, including taxicabs, when the operation of the vehicle is not subject to regulation by the Public Utilities Commission, shall maintain, whenever he may be engaged in conducting such operations, ability to respond in damages resulting from the ownership or operation of the vehicle and arising by reason of personal injury to, or death of, any one person, of at least fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000), and, subject to the limit of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) for each person injured or killed, of at least thirty thousand dollars ($30,000) for such injury to, or the death of, two or more persons in any one accident, and for damages to property of at least five thousand dollars ($5,000) resulting from any one accident. Ability to respond in damages may be maintained by either: "(a) Being insured under a motor vehicle liability policy against such liability....
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