Depending upon the statutes of the state involved, this could constitute insurance fraud. Most acts that constitute insurance fraud are crimes, and theoretically carry penalties which could involve jail. That said, to prove a crime, it is necessary to prove intent, and that is often hard to do.
If you are referring to auto liability insurance, it is unlikely that the insurer will permit you to do this, as an additional premium will be charged (for the risk associated with the additional driver), without the knowledge of the insured.
Putting someone's picture on a shirt is not necessarily illegal. However, to avoid problems, you should definitely get their permission first.
Doing everything you can to save someones life, without putting yourself in danger. To stay within the practice that you have training in. To stay updated on the latest techniques and information.
Putting a wet sock down someones throat and tickling them.
putting yourself in the teacher's shoes
you can sent mp to other players by putting mp to someones trades
by putting a spell on yourself
if you are putting pics on facebook you have to ask anyone in that photo if it is all right to do so
no,because putting yourself in danger could mean or does mean doing stunts or dangerous various sports that involves doing these actions
Our insurance tripled putting the 16 yr old on and adding a car.
If you are thinking of putting a Mobile on private land you will almost certainly need planning permission from your local government (City, Municipality, etc) You will generally also need to have permission for septic disposal and field.
putting a virus on someones pc, smart phone, putting a RAT (remote administration tool) onto them as well, taking down a website using sql injection and over flowing it with data.