Jasper, TN asked in Car Accidents for Tennessee

Q: I had a wreck in a enterprise rental car I was t boned. I received a ticket for not providing insurance. 03/23/2022

I went to court they dismissed the ticket. When I rented the car I had told them I wanted their insurance and it is on my agreement. I sent in the accident report now the state is taking my license and I have to pay for the other vehicle enterprise said if I didn’t have insurance they would cover it but they have not

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Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Baton Rouge, LA

A: First of all, if you were not at fault in the accident then you (your insurance company) should not have to pay anything to the other driver. That said, what you need to do now is to notify your insurance company of the auto accident and let them review this matter and let you know whether or not they are going to cover the accident. Part of what your insurance company will most likely do is explore whether or not Enterprise 's insurance should have primed your own insurance's coverage. As for the actions of the State, something is missing here----I suggest you contact a criminal defense/traffic ticket lawyer in your area to discuss your situation and what needs to be provided to the state to return you in good standing with the state.

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