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What happens if you are in accident and pending cancellation of insurance?

What happens if you are in accident and pending cancellation of insurance?If the policy was “pending cancellation” and had not yet cancelled there is no problem as far as coverage. If the policy was in effect at the date and time of the accident then the company will pay the claim. If it had already cancelled you are in serious trouble.

What happens if someone who is not on your insurance has an accident with your car?

Some aspects of the reaction depend upon the state in which you live and the law to which it adheres. For example, in many states, the proprietor of the vehicle and the driver are jointly liable for the damages to the third party if the driver was using the car with the skill and consent of the possessor. Generally, permission is presumed to exist in the absence of the car having been stolen or there being an express, provable, refusal to permit its use. In general, if the car was insured for liability coverage and the driver was not listed on the policy as a permissible user, the insurer will likely disclaim coverage. This is because it was not paid a premium to assume the risk of his/her use of the car. If the proprietor did have liability insurance on the car, and if the driver had liability insurance on a different car that he/she wielded and normally drove, the law of the state in which the collision occurred would likely address who’s insurance is “primary” and who’s is “excess”; this essentially means which insurance pays very first before the other may be called upon. Often, the driver’s liability insurance is primary because he/she is the actively negligent party, while the possessor bears only a vicarious liability. Keep in mind that “what happens” also depends on fault. That is, the occurrence of a collision does not necessarily mean that anyone pays anything to anyone. In order to be entitled to damages, one party has to be found negligent (careless). Even the issuance of a traffic ticket for the collision is not determinative of the issue. A ticket is essentially the police officer’s accusation that a traffic law was violated; it still has to proven. An adjudication of guilt on the ticket may have a bearing on a later finding of civil liability for damages. If the matter proceeds to suit and a judgment is entered against the proprietor/driver, and the judgment remains unpaid for a statutory period of time (often 30 days), the person(s) against whom the judgment was/were entered are subject to having their licenses/registrations suspended based upon the state’s Financial Responsibility Law.

If your insurance was cancelled when you had an accident that was not your fault what will happen if you can’t prove you were not at fault?

%DETAILS% Very first, I would be worried with the applicable laws in your state. If your state requires you to carry insurance and you did not have it at the time of the accident, you could be looking at fines and a license suspension, regardless of who was at fault. In my state (NJ), insurance is required. If you fail to have insurance at the time of an accident, you give up all rights to collect against another party, EVEN IF THEY WERE 100% AT FAULT AND YOU HAVE THE Entire THING CAUGHT ON Gauze!! If you are in disturbance of any laws, scrap the idea of going to court- you won’t have a gam to stand on, even however the other dude was wrong. On the other forearm, if you are not in disturbance of the law, take your chances in court. I am not astonished that your lawyer dropped you- the less available evidence to prove the other was at fault, the less likely he is to cash in on this case. Do everything you can to prove your case right now (today!!). Take pictures of your vehicle, make a sketch of the accident, write down a description of exactly what happened being as specific as possible (time of day, whether, traffic conditions, surrounding cars, etc.), include a diagram of the road and where the vehicles impacted each other- even take pictures of the location of the accident. I would call the police and file a report as well (if you haven’t already). Then, have your day in court. You don’t need a lawyer- it’s traffic court. Most of these judges have heard it all before, and no how to sniff out a rat. If you tell your version of event to the best of your recollection (this is where your careful detailing of the incident helps you in court), the judge will be able to determine that it was the other dude’s fault. He may not assign 100% blame to the other dude, but I bet you will recover at least a little. And you’ll have a legally enforceable court order to make the stud pay if the judge determines in your favor. Good luck. It is in the forearms of the department of motor vehicles or department of traffic in your state

If a driver who just recently cancelled their insurance gets into an accident do they have any coverage at all?

Nope, I let my insurance lapse for Five hours and was involved in a hit and run accident where the other dude took off. Since they never found him, and I technically didnt have coverage at the time, the insurance agency didnt pay for it. I had to still make payments on a car I couldn’t driver. This is a real agony to deal with if this happens to you. On the other forearm, sometimes a carrier will permit a 24 hr grace period, even a Ten day grace period where they would honor your coverage if you renewed your policy. My advise : DO NOT go thru Safe Auto.

What can you do if your insurance is cancelled the same day you get in an accident and total your car?

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Depends on when it was cancelled. Before or after the accident? When did you get the cancellation notice? If you were cancelled before, then obviously you were uninsured. If the accident was your fault, then any costs are yours alone and not the insurance company’s..

What happens if you have an accident and your insurance company rejects to pay?

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Many health insurance companies suggest what is called “Pay and Pursue”. Meaning, your health insurance company will pay your hospital claims and pursue the automotive insurance for the rest of the money. It is possible that you may have this type of plan. If that is not a possibility to you, you could entertain the possibility of legal act. It might be far less costly and stressfull to contact your insurance company very first.

What will happen if you got into a car accident with no insurance in Nevada?

You will be held personally responsible (assuming you were found at fault) for all costs attributed to the accident, have large fines, likely lose your license and any plates in your name.

What can you do if your auto insurance was cancelled Three days before your son had an accident you did not get a notice or know it was cancelled until you called to let them know about the accident?

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Unless the insurance was cancelled for an unsubstantiated reason, there’s not much you can do as far as law enforcement is worried. You should have received notice of the oncoming cancellation, but it’s not grounds for fighting the cancellation itself; it is assumed that you know you should be up to date on payments and aware of any situations that might menace your coverage. It’s a case of bad timing, truly. At the time of the accident, the vehicle was uninsured and law enforcement (and the courts) don’t usually go out of the way to hear excuses.

What can you do if you had an accident and a ticket was given but later cancelled and there is no disturbance on record but the insurance company is still surcharging for the accident?

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If the insurance company had to pay anything for damamges, then they will raise your rates for it. An accident will be on your record whether at fault or not and whether or not you got a ticket..
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Switching insurance companies may not save you much money. If you can get documentation proving the ticket was voided and your driving record is clear, forward it to your insurance company. If they refude to take it into consideration, file a compaint with a supervisor or a general director of the company. If that fails, you might want to think about shopping around.

What could happen if you got in an accident with no insurance?

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You are financially responsible for loss experienced by the bruised party. If you are incapable to pay for the damages you may liberate driving privileges and/or be taken to court in an attempt to recover damages.

What happens if you are in an accident that was not your fault but you do not have insurance?

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Since you are not suppose to even be on the road without insurance, you will get a fat ticket for this and most likely have your license suspended. Also, you will have a VERY hard time getting insurance. If you are fortunate enough to get insurance, your premiums will be almost unlikely to afford. The other driver’s insurance will pay for her own damages and maybe yours, but that will be a battle all by itself.

What happens in an accident where nobody has insurance?

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If two cars crash and neither driver has insurance, the police officer arriving on the scene will of course both issue you tickets for no insurance, and your license can be suspended. The officer will also determine who was at fault, generally the faulty party is responsible for damages. Otherwise you are both on your own for being negligent for not having insurance at the time of the accident.

What happens if you have no insurance and are at fault in an accident?

Obviously, you can get a ticket. You also can be sued by the victim and the victim’s insurance company for damages. They will look at your assets and see what can be liquidated to pay off the judgment. This could bankrupt you, depending on your state’s rules for what assets you can protect from liquidation. The victim will have an attorney who will get paid at least a third of what is collected and has a strong motivation to get every last penny they can from you. Going without liability insurance is a very, very, very bad idea, not to mention it is against the law in 49 states.

What happens if you are in accident and pending cancellation of insurance?

Can your insurance company cancel auto coverage after you had an accident?

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If you have an accident in the very first 60 days of your policy,, Yes They can cancel your policy

What happens when your car insurance is cancelled by the insurance company?

What happens is that you get a fresh insurance policy, possibly with another insurer. Any unearned premium will be returned to you by your insurer.

What happens if you are in a car accident and you have no license or insurance?

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going to be paying the state lots of me and the holder of the other car

What happens if you were in a car accident and don’t have insurance?

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Very first you generally receive several tickets totalling hundreds of dollars. Then your drivers license is suspended. Next any vehicle registrations ( license plates ) you have will be revoked. In order to get your drivers license back you will likely need to obtain insurance and ask the insurance company to file an SR22 form for you..
If you were the at fault party, since you don’t have insurance to cover the accident, then you need to pay out of your own pocket all expenses incurred by the other driver you hit, including property harm and vehicle repair bills and any medical expenses if you also injured someone in the other car. Failure to pay for the damages you caused will usually result in a mandatory drivers license suspension for Ten years or until such time as you pay for the damages you caused.

Can you cancel health insurance with pending claims?

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I’m not an authority on health insurance. But would think the same would apply (but please check), that if your policy were in effect on the ‘date of loss’ then coverage would apply.

If you are at fault in an accident and dont have insurance what happens?

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1. You will have to pay for the injuries or damages, and a court can order your property and wages seized as partial compensation. Two. You may be fined for driving without insurance, if your state requires it, and for filing false documentation if you are required to swear on your renewals that you have (or maintain) insurance. Three. You will have a large bill for legal fees. Four. You may have a hard time getting insurance in the future.

What happens if an accident is your fault and you have no insurance?

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If the other person has insurance, you will very likely be contacted by their insurance company. You’ll have to foot their repair bill or risk being sued..
Depending on your State’s laws regarding insurance requirements, you may also have to pay a fine in traffic court, provide proof of having since obtained insurance, or possibly risk losing your license. Read up on your State’s laws on their website for that information.

What will happen if you disregard their insurance group from an accident where you were at fault but had no insurance?

Most likely you they will sue you and you will lose by default due to no response from you. Then after they win a judgment against you they will likely file a lien against any property or assests you have so they can begin the seizure process. The court will also likely suspend your drivers license for Ten years or until you pay for the harm, whichever comes very first.

Car insurance criteria for cancels due to accidents?

A car insurance company can cancel your policy for many reasons andthey are not obligated to provide you with insurance. Differentcompanies have different criteria for cancellation of a policy dueto accidents.

What happens if you cause a car accident and you have no car insurance?

You could be liable for all damages to the vehicles. You can be responsible for any medical bills incurred. You will most most likely receive a traffic citation for the accident and failure to maintain insurance coverage. You can be sued by the person you hit for any number of things from medical bills to loss of work due to injuries or loss of a vehicle or mental stress. You will learn that insurance is not something that you can let lapse.

What can happen if after an At Fault accident the auto is totaled and you choose to cancel the insurance because you will not drive again and there are individual injury claims not lodged?

If you were insured at the time of the accident, your insurance should pay up to the amount stated on your policy. It does not matter if you still have the insurance now. It is significant that you had it on the daye of the accident.

Will your car insurance be canceled if you turn on left in a no turn left zone and cause and accident?

No. The reason why you have car insurance is to protect you from at fault accidents.

What happens if i have an accident with my rental car with no insurance?

You will typically be held liable – not a good idea. With no insurance, I very recommend purchasing the Liability insurance supplement at a naked minimum from the company so if something happened you will not incur such a financial hardship. Not worth the risk in today’s sue blessed society. I also recommend the LDW or CDW coverage to avoid hassles such as upfront payments, inadequate coverage from credit cards (they are almost always secondary and never in utter) and preventing the company suing you for damages.

What happens if you are in accident and pending cancellation of insurance?

If you have an accident with no car insurance in Pa what happens?

If you have an auto accident and you are found to be at fault, then if taken to court you can be liable for all damages. You could potentially lose everything that you have.

What happens if the driver who is not at fault for an accident does not have insurance?

He will be left with a wrecked car! He will also have to pay for damages to any other vehicle(s) involved in the accident. However it can vary from country to country, but in the UK, not having Car Insurace is illegal, so the uninsured driver would be a bit screwed! I think in the UK you can even end up serving a short-term jail sentence for repeatedly dodging insuring your car. I’m not 100% however. Even if the the insured driver is at fault – the uninsured driver will be left paying for the mess himself – and will have to fix the car with his own money. But if you live in the US – then this could be totally different.

What will happen ive had an accident in your car and no insurance?

You will lose your license and possibly your car. If you are at fault you will have a judgment against you that may garnish your wages and bank account until the judgment is paid. If you license is returned you will most likely be required to file a certificate of financial responsibility (sometimes called an SR-22), and you should expect much higher insurance rates.

What happens if you have no car insurance and you have an accident?

If the collision was your fault, even if you had no insurance, you are still theoretically liable for the harmless party’s damages. He/she may make a decision that even in the absent of insurance, they will make a claim against you, You can either resolve the claim voluntarily, or wait to see if they will file a lawsuit against you. If a lawsuit is filed, you must defend it, yourself or with the help of a lawyer that you hire. If you fail to, a judgment will be entered by default. Depending upon the state in which you live and where the judgment is entered, the judgment is enforceable for many years and becomes a lien on property that you own or acquire during the life of the judgment. Under certain circumstances, bank accounts can be linked, salary or wages garnished, or other forcible collection deeds taken. If you were issued a ticket and convicted, and if damages exceed a stated amount, the fact that you did not have insurance could lead to a license and registration suspension under your state’s Financial Responsibility Law. If that happens, both are suspended for a period of time (often one or more years), or until such time as you make payment arrangements with the other party. You are generally also required by the state to maintain high-risk auto liability insurance for a number of years. A similar process is triggered if a judgment is entered against you (that is, a license suspension). Another aspect of a collision without insurance is that you will be financially responsible for the repair of your own vehicle. If you had had collision coverage, the insurer would have borne that expense subject to the policy deductible.

What happens if I have an accident and the other person has no insurance?

Presuming that the collision was the other person’s fault, there are a duo of avenues for you to take. Very first and foremost, obtain a police report. You or the other driver must call the police and have them come to the scene. Ideally, do not stir the cars so that the investigating officer can see the relative positions of the cars. However, if the cars are blocking other traffic or otherwise creating a hazard, you may have to budge them. The police officer may not ticket either party if he/she does not believe that a moving disturbance has been committed. However, that does not mean that the other party was not negligent (careless); a different standard is used to determine that. Once that is all done, obtain an estimate of the cost of repairs from a reputable assets shop. That will be the fundamental basis of your claim. If you have to rent a vehicle while your car is being repaired, that cost is an element of your damages too. Contact the other party in writing, but do not be impolite or requiring. Explain that you believe that he/she was at fault for the collision that you seek reimbursement for damages; enclose a copy of the repair estimate. If the other party responds with an admission of fault, they may nonetheless question the reasonable of the damages. If you cannot come to a compromise (which is to be encouraged), you are free to sue in a court of competent jurisdiction. By that I mean the court that has the power to award the amount of damages that you seek (for example, a County Court or a Circuit Court–the names may be different depending upon the location) Keep in mind that if you do sue, the cargo is upon you to prove that the other party was at fault, as well as the reasonableness of your damages. You do this by wordy testimony (you and any other witnesses to the collision), and you generally have to bring to court as another witness the assets shop representative who assessed and quantified the harm to your car. It is usually not enough to merely present the estimate, as the other party does not have the chance to question the person who ready it. If the party who you sue does not react to the lawsuit or show up in court to defend as required, generally you win by default. If the court finds that the other party was at fault and that you have proven your damages, it will inject a judgment in your favor. This is an official finding that the other party owes you a stated sum of money. However, the judgment is not self-executing, meaning that it is not the same as cash-in-hand. You may have to take extra steps to collect upon it, such as attachment of a bank account (if you can find it). Doing this takes extra work by you and the outlay of extra court costs and other expenses. Not all of those amounts may be recoverable from the other party. Many states have “financial responsibility laws” which require owners/operators of vehicles to maintain insurance. Likewise, if one does not have insurance as required, and a judgment is entered against them stemming from a collision, the driver’s license authorities have the power to suspend the person’s license and tags until payment of the judgment is made. Often, that is an inexpensive way to coerce payment, altho it often takes some time to accomplish the objective. It is usually necessary that you send a certified copy of the judgment and other paperwork to the motor vehicle authorities with a request for the suspension. All of this suggests that if property harm alone is involved, it is usually best to reasonably compromise if it is possible to do so.

What happens if life insurance policy is canceled?

You no longer have insurance cover – if you happen to die then there is no payment made.

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What happens if you have car insurance and you have an accident?

You call your insurance company and report it. if the accident is your fault, with very minor harm, you would be better off paying for the damages yourself, rather than telling your insurance company and having your rates go up.

What happens if the commercial vehicle that you were driving had no insurance and you were involved in an accident?

At the very least, an astronomical fine. Beg that any other vehicles involved were covered with “uninsured motorist insurance”. This is coverage that pays the injured parties an equivalent amount as the at-fault party’s insurer would have paid had there been third-party insurance. If not, and assuming that you were the driver/holder of the at-fault vehicle, you would ordinarily be liable for those damages that were proximately caused by your negligence or that of the person using the vehicle with your permission. If the injured party had to rely upon his/her uninsured motorist coveragem the paying insurer would have a right of subrogation. This means that it “inherits” the injured party’s right of act against you for the purpose of attempting to recover that which it paid. The same theory would apply to property harm payments that the insurer made. Furthermore, depending upon the size, weight and consequent type of registration of the vehicle, the State or Federal Departments of Transportation may become involved. If it were a vehicle that came under its/their jurisdiction, there may be insurance requirements that had to be met that are different (greater) than those applicable to private vehicles. Failure to abide by them may carry substantially greater penalties. Depending upon the jurisdiction, a Financial Responsibility Law disturbance may be triggered. If so, this could result in the suspension of the tags of the vehicle and the driver’s license of the driver until payment of damages is made.

What happens if car insurance does not cover total amount of accident?

(In the UK) I’m guessing you mean on your own vehicle? i.e. your car repair bill is for £5000, but your vehicle is only worth £3000 (amounts for illustration only)? In that situation, the Insurer would ‘write off’ the vehicle – essentially proclaiming it as unworthy of repair. They would then pay out to you the £3000, assuming that £3k istheirvaluation of the car and take ownership of it themselves for scrapping. This is regardless of what you told them it was worth when you took out the insurance. Conversely, if you told them it was worth £2500, and the car is worth £3000, they will only pay up to a maximum of £2500 – sneaky so & so’s!!! If you feel that the harm is only cosmetic, or you are a mechanic yourself, and feel that the car can be repaired cheaply, then you can always buy the car back off them – usually for a duo of hundred quid. If however you meant other people’s vehicles, then I believe it is the same as public liability insurance, and covers up to £1 million. Should be enough for most vehicles… Outside of the UK I’m afraid I don’t have a clue! ResponseIn the US, if the vehicle were itself bruised, once the deductible is paid by the insured, the insurer pays the reasonable cost of repair. Recently, it has become common for insurers to have preferred repair facilities that work with the insurer on cost of repairs. This is similar to managed care in the health insurance arena. In most states, it is also the law that if damages exceed a stated percentage of the actual cash value of the car, the insured must proclaim it a total loss. The insurer then pays the insured the actual cash value, less the policy’s collision or comprehensive deductible. The insured if often given a choice to either keep the salvage and, perhaps, pay to rebuild the vehicle, or to sign title over to the insurer. If the insurer keeps the salvage, the salvage value is deducted from the amount paid to the insured. In cases where the insured is at fault for a collision and a claim is made by a third party for property or bodily injury harm, most states require the insurer to lodge the claim within the insured’s policy thresholds if it possible to do so. If it unwilling to pay the value of the claim when it knew or should have known that the claim was in excess of policy thresholds, and the claimant will lodge for policy boundaries, the insurer will have exposed the insurer to an “excess verdict”. That is, in most states, considered “bad faith”. In that situation, the insured can sue the insured for extra damages. Alternatively, the insured can assign that claim to the claimant who may sue the insurer for the difference inbetween policy thresholds and the amount of the claim. Note that state law governing bad faith may differ depending the jurisdiction, and that this is intended only as a general discussion.

Can you cancel car insurance with pending claim?

Yes you can, the claim is for the date of the occurrence which hopefully happened while you were insured.

Should you cancel your auto insurance after an accident if your vehicle has been proclaimed a total loss?

Often, cars are totaled because the cost of repairs exceed a statutory maximum of their actual cash value, thereby requiring the insurer to total the car. Sometimes, the car is repairable and the insured wishes to keep the salvage and have the car repaired. In that case, a “rebuilt” or “salvage” title will be issued upon the completion of repairs, so the insured may want to keep the insurance in force. Likewise, if the insured gets a replacement car, the same policy as he/she had before can apply to the fresh car–although the specifics of the fresh car (make, model, style, VIN) will have to be endorsed onto the existing policy. The insured may also want to switch one or more of the coverages either in type or amount.

What happens if you have a minor car accident and you have no insurance?

You pay for all damages if you were at fault, and get a citation and fine for not having insurance.

What happens if you are in accident and pending cancellation of insurance?

What will happen to your drivers license if you cancel your insurance?

If you are in certain stated your drivers license could be suspended. Most will not however.

What if auto insurance was canceled before your accident?

Then you may be liable for any harm that you caused to someones property or person.

What happens if you are in an accident that is not your fault but you have no insurance or license?

you got to jail for not having insurance or a vaild license and you are personally liable for all the damages you caused.

What happens if you get into a car accident and then later on get car insurance?

they still will not give you money for the car accident and because of the accident they will most likely charge you a higher fee for being considered an unsafe driver. Added: There is no such thing as retroactive insurance. A policy you get today will not cover you for a collision you had last week.

What happens if an accident is your fault and you have have insurance?

When this happens, your Insurance company pays for damages. If the accident is your fault, your insurance rates can go up.

What happens is you have a pending claim and are involved in another accident before the pending claim is lodged?

You will now have two claims pending. Additionally depending on the circumstances of the accidents and a fault determination you will likely be paying a “LOT” more for your insurance in future. You may also find your policy cancelled or non renewed by your current insurer and may have difficulty finding a fresh insurance company that is willing to accept you.

What happens if your car insurance is cancelled during a pending claim?

The claim would still be processed – as you were still insured at the time of the incident !

What happens if you get in a car accident and you have insurance but no license?

If you have no licence you are driving illegally.Any insurance you may have taken out becomes null & void.Basically you arent insured even if you pay the premiums.Get a licence as you could end up with a law suit if you were to have an accident & hurt someone.As youre cracking the law, you could end up with police on your case too!

What happens to your registration if your car insurance is cancelled?

maybe if you use your car to travel, and then the insurance is cancelled they arrest the holder of the car…….

Does having three accidents mean your insurance will be canceled?

No, the insurance company will not cancel your insurance for having three accidents, but they will increase your insurance premium.

Can auto insurance be cancelled after a car accident?

Yes, you can cancel a policy anytime you want to if you are the policyholder. I always suggest that you wait until the adjuster has a chance to look at the vehicle and determine if it is totaled or not before cancelling. Speak with your agent about this matter as well. In some states you need to cancel the tag before cancelling the insurance or you will incur a fine. If it is financed you will also need to consult the finance company as well.

What happens to your insurance after car accident?

In the UK your motor insurance ramains valid for the utter term ofthe original policy, however when you need to renew the cost maywell increase because you are deemed to be a higher risk and/oryour no claims bonus will be diminished.

What will happen if you had an accident that was not your fault but your insurance had just been canceled and the other person didn’t have insurance A police report was filed?

If a police report was filed, then the officer acknowledged who wasat fault in the report. However, the fact that both of you do not have insurance is aproblem, as you are both in disturbance of the law. It is a law thatany vehicle being driven on the road have, at the very least,liability insurance. That being said, the other party still owes you for the damages toyour vehicle. You should most likely find (several) estimations of thecost to repair your vehicle, and give those estimations to theother party. If they deny to pay, it may be necessary to file acivil suit. Generally, the insurance company would do these things for you, butthat clearly won’t be the case this time. I suggest you find newinsurance before driving again, as “driving without insurance” is,both, a ticketable and arrestable offense.

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