Comment: Exactly

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Mandated insurance laws pre-judge guilt without innocence, and thus are unprincipled.

They are presumptuous also because a person could have greater damages than what a defendant may afford in policy, thus showing such edicts as being impractical; ultimately if an individual is concerned about unexpected loss, I believe they should assume stewardship for themselves and leave others out of it