Houston, TX asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Texas

Q: officer gave me the insurance information of the at fault driver who was driving someone else insured vehicle.

officer gave me the insurance information of the at fault driver who was driving someone else insured vehicle. I called the at fault drivers insurance and the at fault drivers insurance discovered that the at fault drivers was driving someone else vehicle and gave me the involved vehicle insurance information and now I'm getting the run around from both agencies. What should I do ?

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Rahlita D. Thornton

  • Insurance Claims Lawyer
  • Houston, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: We assist injured victims in accident cases. Depending on your injuries it is possible that both companies could be liable to pay for your damages. 888-3434LAW or 888-343-4529.

Tim Akpinar

  • Insurance Claims Lawyer
  • Little Neck, NY

A: There wasn't any mention of injuries, so it appears you might simply be attempting to resolve a property damage claim. You could continue your efforts, or you could also consult with a Texas car accident attorney. Many give free initial consultations. I hope you weren't injured, but if you were, a quick consultation with an attorney could also be helpful in learning your rights in that vein.

Tim Akpinar

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