Ask your agent to explain. It may be because you were found at fault and that caused the increase. If you have collision coverage, and truck was totaled, you should make a claim under your policy.Ask a similar question
It sounds like the insurance company has decided you were at fault. Contact your agent to discuss. Good Luck!Ask a similar question
I worked as an insurance adjuster and sometimes we made mistakes when issuing the check. The claims handling process you have to enter some type of fault when you are issuing a check, so it is common to enter percentage of fault.
As others have suggested talk with your agent and find out what happened. The agent should be able to talk to claims department and find out what happened. If the adjuster entered the information in error, they will have to notify underwriting to get it fixed.
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Your question is not entirely clear, but it appears that your insurance paid to fix the other vehicle. If that's the case, you were at fault.Ask a similar question
You indicated that your insurance company paid for the damages sustained by the vehicle that your rear-ended. If your insurance company had to pay the third-party for damages caused by the accident, you were deemed at-fault, or partially at-fault, for the accident. Hence, the reason why your insurance rates went up.Ask a similar question
if you are 51% or more at fault you will take a hit. Since the damage is already done get the truck fixed.Ask a similar question
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