I was rear ended about a month ago by a drunk driver. The person driving the vehicle was not the owner, but the owner was in the passenger seat. Both of the parties were drinking. I just contacted my insurance company,( which is also the insurance company for the other party) for a no fault voucher and they sent me something saying this " based on the available facts, we have determined that our insured is not liable for your damages. As a result, we will be unable to make any payment to you at this time."
Are they saying that they are not going to pay me anything? I don't understand how that is possible. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
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