Q: I was driving my mother in law's car when a uninsured sixteen year old hit me.he had no license. The car has full covera
I didn't call the law.the boy wrote a note stating he was at fault.my mother in law filed on her insurance,they refused to pay y
A: I am not sure why your Mother-in-Law's insurer is refusing to pay. If the car has "full" coverage there should be coverage for this accident. Also, even if the other driver was uninsured - if there is full coverage, there would be uninsured motorist coverage as well.
You may need to ask for clarification as to why there is no coverage or uninsured motorist coverage.
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