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I was involved in a car accident several months ago. I had the minimum coverage, and there were two other drivers that were involved in the accident. My insurance found me mainly liable for one of the cars, but my insurance said that it would not pay anything to the third driver because he was tailing too close.
I just received a letter from the third driver's insurance saying that they have a claim against me as a result of the auto loss, and that the letter serves as their intent to seek reimbursement for damages paid on behalf of their insured.
It says that if I had valid insurance at the time to notify them, but I'm pretty sure they already spoke to my insured.
How does this work now? Will my insurance represent me?
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