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I cosigned a car loan for my daughter. Both names showed on the registration. I insured the car to protect myself. She was excluded from the policy. She was at fault in an accident. The insurance company of the other vehicle has threatened to sue me to recover the cost of the damages. My daughter didn't have insurance and is unable to cover the cost of the damages. Can State Farm sue me for the damages even though it isn't my car and I didn't give my daughter permission to drive it without insurance?
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