Rich Nagle's answer That depends on whether or not there was a breach of medical standards of care. Do you have reason to believe inappropriate care was given? If so consultation with a lawyer to review your claim would be the next step. www.trialhawk.com.
Peter Munsing's answer Talk to the lender. If yoiu still owed for sure they would let you know. But if you still owe, then call Gap, ask for a supervisor, explain what happened and as you are the insured,policy holder they must speak with you. If you get no satisfaction contact the Colorado AG's office of Consumer protection & the insurance commissioner. Send a written demand (hard copy) to GAP certified return receipt demanding they pay.
Use the Fair Credit Reporting Act to explain you had coverage but...
Jan F Hoen's answer Because you were uninsured, the claim would have been paid by the other driver's uninsured motorist coverage with GEICO. They now have the right to pursue you through subrogation for what they had to pay.
If you wish to contest the damages, you should retain counsel. GEICO will have in-house counsel to represent them.
Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh Esq.'s answer There may be legal action that you can take, but there will be a cost for attorney fees, filing fees, and experts. An attorney will have to study the policy to make sure.
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