The other driver hit me from behind causing the back of my car to be completely ruined! Is there a law in Texas that specifies that the driver with no license is automically responsible for all damages?
General Practice Lawyer
He may be covered by the insurance even though his name is not on the insurance. If the car had insurance, he should be covered, unless he was specifically excluded. If the owner of the car knew he did not have a license, they could be liable for negligent entrustment. If he was in the course and scope of his employment, his employer will be liable for the wreck. Your insurance may cover your damages if you have UM/UIM coverage. PIP and MedPay will also provide you with some coverage. Coverage could be found even though at first it looks like he has none. Investigation needs to be done. www.sainjurylawyer.com
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If you are injured get a lawyer right away. It seems as you may have a good case based on your facts. Best of luck.
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The insurer of the *vehicle* would still pay under most circumstances, even if he had no license or insurance.
Also, you need to verify whether you have "uninsured/under-insured motorist" coverage ("UM/UIM" in insurance lingo). This will pay you for your bodily injury claim even if he has no insurance at all.
Clark County, Nevada practitioner.
No, but there may be insurance, and if you have UM, a personal injury lawyer would go after that.
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There are several sources for insurance that are less known to the common driver. PIP and UM/UIM may exist that would provide coverage. The driver may have sufficient assets to satisfy a judgment. A company may be responsible if the driver was in the course and scope of his employment when the accident occurred. You should speak to an attorney. Almost every personal injury attorney will provide you a free consultation, as does our firm.
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