I moved in with my boyfriend about a year ago and I don't get all the mails I usually get from my old address even I already change my address with the postal office and I totally forget to check my driver license until today (it's totally my fault that i forget ) My concern is, will her insurance use this against me so they don't have to pay for my car?
If she has collision coverage and they accept liability (agreeing on fault) they will most likely pay your property damage. Hopefully, you have collision insurance as well.
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The Expired license is irrelevant to fault. But from the fact that you do not mention either driver being issued tickets, I'm presuming a police report was not filed. That may have a greater bearing.
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A question is how will the insurance company find out. Did the police come? Have you told the insurance company you were driving without a valid license? Ultimately, the answer should be that the insurance company will pay you because its insured damaged your car. Good luck.
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