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What is Full Coverage Car Insurance? Professor Paul Traynor shares expert opinion

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Full Coverage Car Insurance Guide WalletHub Ask the Experts To gain more insight about full coverage car insurance, WalletHub posed the following questions to a panel of experts. Click on the experts below to view their bios and answers. 1. When should drivers consider getting full coverage car insurance? 2. When should drivers consider dropping […]

School of Law hires new tenure-track faculty

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Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor will begin their new assignments in August 2024 UND School of Law is pleased to announce the hiring of three new tenure-track faculty as Assistant Professors of Law – Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor. Professor Kimberly Dasse Professor Kimberly Ann Dasse joined the faculty at UND […]

Professor Paul Traynor is quoted: Insurance questions, existing pipelines further debate amid CO2 fight in Burleigh County

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The Bismarck Tribune JOEY HARRIS Efforts to combat climate change have led to a fledgling and unproven industry — storing carbon dioxide emissions in the ground rather than letting them escape into the air, where they contribute to global warming. Thousands of new miles of CO2 pipeline infrastructure is expected to be built in the […]

Liability vs. Full Coverage: Professor Paul Traynor shares expert opinion

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Learn more about the differences between liability and full coverage car insurance WalletHub Candace Baker, Car Insurance WriterMar 1, 2023 What’s the Difference Between Liability and Full Coverage? The difference between liability and full coverage is that liability will cover damage to other vehicles or injuries to other people from accidents you cause, while full coverage […]

Legal Expert: Paul E. Traynor

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Drivers Are Open to Adopting Telematics for Savings, so Why Are so Few Opting In? Telematics can help cut costs and make roads safer, but are drivers ready to trust insurers with their data? Expert Insights   MoneyGeek consulted a legal expert to learn more about two of consumers’ most significant fears related to telematics […]

Featured Expert: Professor Paul Traynor: Drivers Are Open to Adopting Telematics for Savings, so Why Are so Few Opting In?

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Telematics can help cut costs and make roads safer, but are drivers ready to trust insurers with their data? moneygeek By  Lucia Caldera With inflation on the rise, car insurance telematics programs may seem like an easy way to secure cheap auto insurance and create safer roads. In a randomized study of 174 drivers over 28 weeks, […]

Professor Paul Traynor to present at the National Council of Insurance Legislators November meeting in New Orleans

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The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation has invited Professor Traynor to present on the issue of business interruption insurance during a Legislature Luncheon on November 17 The presentation will provide an unbiased summary and update of issues surrounding pandemic-related business interruption coverage. The goal is to help a diverse audience appreciate where and how these […]

Ask the Experts: Assistant Professor Paul Traynor talks accident forgiveness

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Is Accident Forgiveness worth paying for? Accident Forgiveness programs vary depending upon the insurance carrier so policyholders should read them carefully before making any decisions. Also, understand that these are insurance programs and are not part of the policy contract or insurance policy. As a result, the insurance company can interpret them, cancel them or amend them […]

What to Do After a Car Accident: Professor Paul Traynor offers expert advice to WalletHub

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Paul E. Traynor Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, University of North Dakota Should a driver always report an accident to their insurance company, regardless of the scale? No. If the property damage is minimal and below a collision deductible there is no reason to report every incident to your insurance company, however, always […]