AUTOMOBILE LAW

The Automobile Exclusionary Clause of the “Homeowner’s” Insurance Policy Does Not Exclude All Injuries Arising Out of Automobile Accidents…..18:132

Bentzler v. Braun (Wis. 1967)—There Is a Duty to Use Available Seat Belts While Riding in an Automobile…..17:139

Bierkamp v. Rogers (Iowa 1980)—Section 321.494 of the Iowa Code Violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Iowa Constitution Because the Classifications Created by the Guest Statute Are Not Substantially and Rationally Related to the State Purposes of Fostering Hospitality and Preventing Collusive Recoveries Against Insurance Companies…..29:833

Brown v. Merlow (Calif. 1973)—California Guest Statute Unconstitutional Denial of Equal Protection…..23:216

The “Care” Required of a Jaywalker…..5:35

Coiling v. Hjelle, 125 N.W.2d 453 (N.D. 1963)—Does Acquittal of a Criminal Charge of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated Preclude Administrative Revocation or Denial of Accused’s Driving Privileges for Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test to Determine the Alcoholic Content of His Blood?…..14:73

The Consent Statute: Driver’s Declarations and Owner’s Liability…..1:60

Contribution Between Joint Tortfeasors as Affected by the Yerkes Case…..6:30

Contributory, Concurrent, or Comparative Negligence Under the New Iowa Statute?…..15:97

Effect of Statutory Violations in Automobile Negligence Actions in Iowa…..8:110

The Evolution of a No-Fault Dilemma: The Motorcycle…..22:750

Fidelity Gen. Ins. Co. v. Nelson Steel and Wire Co., 270 N.E.2d 616 (Ill. App. 1971)—The Reimbursement Clause in an Insurance Rental Agreement Cannot Be So Broad that It Unreasonably or Deceptively Affects the Risks Which Are Purported to Be Assumed by the Policy…..21:766

Granquist v. Transit Cas. Co. (N.J. Super. 1969)—A Passenger in a Vehicle Is Using that Vehicle Within the Coverage of the Omnibus Clause of a Liability Policy…..19:223

Intersection Accidents in Iowa…..10:111

The Iowa Doctrine of Negligence Per Se Reviewed…..14:59

The Iowa Guest Statute: An Infant Is a Guest…..8:156

Iowa Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Law, 1953…..3:3

Iowa Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Law II…..4:86

Iowa Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Law III…..5:31

Iowa Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Law IV…..14:36

Iowa Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Law V…..17:25

Iowa Vehicle Certificate of Title Law VI…..23:585

Jackson v. Brown (Iowa 1969)—Indirect Benefit Is Not Sufficiently Tangible and Definite to Remove Plaintiff from Operation of the Iowa Guest Statute…..18:273

Johnson v. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co. (Iowa 1978)—Arbitration Under an Arbitration Clause in an Uninsured Motorist Endorsement Is Not a Condition Precedent to Bring Suit and Where Insured Invokes Arbitration by Written Demand, the Obligation Rests With the Insurer to Do What Is Necessary to Obtain the Services of the American Arbitration Association…..28:989

Liability for Entrusting an Automobile to a Known Incompetent…..4:98

McClure v. Employers Mutual Casualty Co. (Iowa 1976)—Other Insurance Clauses Which Do Not Purport to Reduce Uninsured Motorist Coverage Below the Statutory Minimum Are Valid, and Proceeds from Such Coverage Are Payable to Widow as Administrator of Estate Without a Reduction for the Workmen’s Compensation Benefits Received by the Widow as a Dependent Beneficiary…..25:916

Measuring Damages to the Estate in Wrongful Death Cases…..5:98

Needles v. Kelly (Iowa 1968)—On Appeal to the District Court from the Suspension of a Driver’s License by the Department of Public Safety, the District Court Hears the Appeal De Novo…..17:270

The “No Eyewitness” Rule in Iowa…..6:101

Owner-Liability and Contributory Negligence—“Pilgrim’s” Progress?…..5:127

Perin v. Peuler, 373 Mich. 531, 130 N.W.2d 4 (1964)—Suit Against Automobile Owner for Negligent Entrustment, Is Driver’s Past Record of Traffic Violations Admissible, in Spite of Statute Forbidding the Admission of Such Evidence?…..15:47

Phillips v. Foster, 109 N.W.2d 604 (Iowa 1961)—Under What Circumstances Will Contributory Negligence of His Driver Be Imputed to the Owner-Passenger in the Owner’s Action Against the Driver or Owner of Another Vehicle Involved in an Accident with Them?…..11:57

The Question of Damages Resulting from Recent Legislative Changes…..15:107

Recklessness in the Iowa Guest Statute…..8:128

The Reinsurance Facility: A New Approach to the Residual Auto Insurance Market Problem…..22:768

The Retail Installment Financing of Motor Vehicles—A Survey of Recent Iowa Legislation…..7/1:65

Shonka v. Campbell (Iowa 1967)—Host Driver May Invoke Guest Statute as Defense to Action for Contribution by a Third Party Tort-Feasor…..17:121

State Tort Liability—The Design, Construction and Maintenance of Public Highways—Vehicular Accidents…..19:33

Taking the Plaintiff as You Find Him…..16:49

Uninsured Motorist Coverage—The Hidden Arrow in the Plaintiff’s Quiver…..12:119

Yarabek v. Brown, 357 Mich. 120, 97 N.W.2d 797 (1959)—Duty of Passenger to Warn Driver of Approaching Danger in Order to Be Free from Contributory Negligence…..10:141