I have full coverage ins on my car but I was driving my moms car who has full coverage. also, I was rear ended by a driver who had no insurance or license. I called both police and sheriffs but they said they don’t respond. I exchanged information with the driver at fault
Because he had no ins my moms ins covered her car it was totaled out. We suffered neck and back injury and treated at urgent care once, my daughter was not treated she was only a little sore but scared she now is terrified when in a car. My moms insurance covered the car and opened a injury claim for us but they say that they need the other driver to accept fault my question is if he only had perminat resident card and expired ins card. If my moms ins can’t not locate him will We still be compensated on our injury claims
It sounds like the insurance company is jerking you around. Cease talking with then until you’ve talked with an attorney. It is not it all uncommon for people to retain attorneys to prosecute uninsured motorist claims with their own policies.
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1. Are you on your mother's automobile insurance policy?
2. Are you an excluded driver under your mother's automobile insurance policy?
3. Does your mother's automobile insurance policy have uninsured motorist coverage?
4. Assuming that the automobile accident occurred in the State of California, in which city and county did the automobile accident occur?
5. On what date did the automobile accident occur?
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