Rule 411. Liability Insurance
Evidence that a person was or was not insured againstliability is not admissible to prove whether the person acted negligently orotherwise wrongfully. But the court may admit this evidence for another purpose,such as proving a witness’s bias or prejudice or proving agency, ownership, orcontrol.
2011 Advisory Committee Note. –
This rule isthe federal rule, verbatim. The provisions of this rule are comparable to Rule54, Utah Rules of Evidence (1971) and case law. Cf. Robinson v.