Month: January 2019

A Pedestrian’s Being Struck By A Motor Vehicle Did Not Give Rise To “Occupancy” During The Sequence In Which The Pedestrian Was In Physical Contact With The Vehicle

In Hahn v. GEICO Choice Insurance Co., 420 P.3d 1160 (Alaska 2018), the Alaska Supreme Court held that UIM benefits did not extend to a person falling on an insured vehicle after it struck him. In this case, the insured was sitting on his motorcycle while stopped at a...