Q: hi i rented a 15passvan with my canadian insr. card for my car. in canada its a commerc.vehicle(not covered), hit a deer
now i got a big bill is the rental required to verify there's insurance and are they liable in any way would any lawyer even be interested in involving himself and should i even try?
A: You would want to be sure that you have a denial of coverage, and the reasons. Then contact attorneys who handle "bad faith " claims. A lot depends on who you rented from, was that in Canada etc. I wouldn't give up as Rental Companies often collect from their own insurance and bill you, getting double! If the crash was in NJ, contact a member of the NJ Assn for Justice in the county where it happened.
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