Ft Mitchell, KY asked in Car Accidents for Kentucky

Q: A vehicle recently backed into my car in an apartment complex parking lot.

The other driver provided insurance however when I called the insurance co the adjuster said that they probably would not pay. She would not give me a reason. A police report was filed. Its been 2 week and still no definitive answer from Grange insurance. It was not my fault as my car was not even running. I was there to jump another vehicle. The driver was not the owner of the car, however the owner did show up. Who do I sue in small claims court? The driver or the owner?

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Take a criminal complaint against both the owner and the driver in district court. You'll get paid a whole lot faster as restitution than you will as a judgment.

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