Q: i have been asked to pay $4456+ $28interest for my car towed during accident they sale it $700 they want more money
what is my option the car was totally damaged i though they can sale and take the sales money didn't know i will be liable for more. i have insurance but it was only liability . i call my insurance they said they will check it but didn't get back to me. they only inform me my policy didn't cover for my car damage.
A: more info needed.
if you don't have insurance then you are responsible for all damages.......and having an accident with no insurance results in DMV suspending your license for a year.
in reality, advise them you are uninsured and have no assets and hopefully, they have insurance and will put it through their UM coverage
A: If it was another driver';s fault they should pay. If it was your fault or no other car involved, you can talk to the agency that regulates tow services to see if what they did is a fair cost--it sounds high to me but I'm in Pennsylvania. But you want to get it resolved before you rack up storage or other charges. If it was another driver's fault, contact the CAOC, or look for an attorney in the county where the wreck happened who is a CAOC member--they give free consultations.
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