so I don’t have license and was given permission to drive to the store as I’m coming down a one-way street the other driver comes off the stop sign never stops and I hit the vehicle her insurance company is speaking with us now but I don’t have insurance nor is the car insured but it is under my moms name with insurance company still help us or deny asked me for the simple fact I have no license or insurance ?
The answer may be determined on how this is presented to her insurance company. Consult with her insurance agent, and/or consider retaining an attorney.
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I am sorry, but your broken English makes your question difficult to fully understand. If your mom has insurance on the vehicle you are driving, you may well be insured under the terms of her contract. Your mom should report the collision to your carrier and cooperate with their investigation. Do not volunteer your lack of licensure, but do not lie to the carrier either. Make sure you get a license before you drive any other vehicles.
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