Q: iIm trying to find out what is a insurance letter to the court? Ater an accident.
It was a minor fender bender The other guy involved wasnt going to turn it in on his insurance and im not either but the cop told me to get an insurance letter to court. What is it?
A: Not enough information is provided here however based on the limited information provided by you it sounds like you were issued a traffic citation for your involvement in the accident. The officer assumes you are reporting this accident to your insurance company and if you do, then you can ask for a letter of restitution to bring to traffic/criminal court on said date. The letter will indicate that your insurance compay=ny is aware of the accident, that you had insurance at the time of the accident and that your insurance company will pay property dmage claims made by others to the extent you are legally responsible. That said, I suggest you contact a traffic ticket lawyer in your jurisdiction to see what they recommend and suggest that you do. Good luck.
A: Based on the limited details of the post, it isn't fully clear. An insurance letter could sometimes mean a letter from the carrier that a policy was in effect in full force on a given date or time period. It could also mean a letter requesting details of insurance coverage and policy information from a carrier. Good luck
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