2015 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 22 - Insurance
RS 22:1295.1 - Excluded driver; named insured; liability

LA Rev Stat § 22:1295.1 (2015) What's This?

§1295.1. Excluded driver; named insured; liability

A. The named insured and the operator of a motor vehicle shall be solidarily liable for the damages caused by the operator's negligent or intentional act when the operator has been designated as a person excluded from coverage on the motor vehicle liability insurance policy pursuant to R.S. 32:900(L), and the operator is operating the vehicle with the express permission of the named insured.

B. The liability of the named insured provided by this Section shall not exceed the mandatory minimum limits for automobile insurance as provided by R.S. 32:900, unless the named insured has a parent-child or tutorship relationship to the operator, or unless the named insured is otherwise vicariously liable for the acts or omissions of the operator excluded from coverage on the motor vehicle liability insurance policy pursuant to R.S. 32:900(L) or unless the named insured is responsible for the acts and omissions of the operator excluded from coverage on the motor vehicle liability insurance policy pursuant to R.S. 32:900(L).

C. If the operator has been excluded pursuant to R.S. 32:900(L), the insurer shall not be liable, and no liability or obligation of any kind shall result to the insurer for bodily injury, loss, or damage under any coverage of the policy, nor shall the insurer be obligated to provide a defense or pay any costs of defense.

Acts 2014, No. 21, §1.

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