You are entitled to the fair market value of your damaged property at the time it was totaled. You might be entitled to other damages, such as rental car coverage for a period of time. A local lawyer can confirm.
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My insurance expired. I was involved in an accident that was entirely the fault of the other driver. Is there an option for me to file a claim for the loss of my vehicle? It's totalled. None of the parties in my vehicle were injured.
When you have a problem like this, it is best to see a personal injury attorney and retain them to assist you. The attorney will explain the procedures and disclosures common to this type of case. Representing yourself in such a matter is not advised.
Got insurance a couple days after the accident, received a letter from the dmv saying they will suspend the license and trying to make my friend pay for the damages of the other persons car. When they cut across two lanes of traffic that wasn't cleared
Insurance is not usually retroactive. There are many factors that go into determining liability for accidents. I am not sure of your friend's role but it sounds like you could benefit from the services of an attorney to advise you of your rights and responsibilities after a confidential...Read more »
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