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In June of 2013 I was in an accident and it was considered to be my fault. I figured my car insurance agency at the time would figure everything out. But today (9 mos later) my grandmother received a notice in the mailbox from a process server stating I needed to contact them. I called and they asked for my new address and that it was from a car accident. I called my old car insurance (which I dropped the month after my accident because I no longer had a car, as my insurance only covered the other persons car and mine was totaled). And they said that they paid for the other persons car but that the other person had a lawyer and that usually means they go after people for injury. I thought that in FL though its no fault, and they go after their insurance for injury? I am poor...So if you have no vehicle anymore, no home, a job that pays so little that you still qualify for government benefits... what can they get out of you?
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