This article is concerned with the insurance contract that provides this unique coverage and the legal problems that surround some of its major provisions. Many of these, however, are not yet fully resolved. This is due to the relatively early stage of its development and to the fact that existing decisions are too few and too fragmentary to permit a statement of controlling rules or principless Nevertheless, the problems will be posed and the principles of law and the cases will be explored. The article will concern itself with the right of subrogation, the arbitration clause and the applicable statute of limitations.
Henry A. Hentemann, Uninsured Motorist Coverage, 12 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 66 (1963)