No. 99-CV-908.

781 A.2d 725 (2001)

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Appellant, v. Althea CURTIS, Appellee.

District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

Decided September 20, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Sheila F. Fleshman, Upper Marlboro, MD, for appellant.

Donna Williams Rucker, for appellee.

Before TERRY, GLICKMAN and WASHINGTON, Associate Judges.

GLICKMAN, Associate Judge:

In her lawsuit against Allstate Insurance Company to recover under the uninsured motorist provisions of a motor vehicle insurance policy, Althea Curtis bore the burden of proving that the tortfeasor who injured her was uninsured. To shoulder that burden, Curtis produced letters in which four insurance companies, apparently selected at random, purportedly disclaimed coverage of the tortfeasor. The letters were not authenticated or shown to...

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