A claim against you? Yes. Report the matter to your insurer.
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Yes, they can still file a claim, although in most cases they cannot recover for pain and suffering. They can still recover for damage to their car and for medical expenses, wage losses and other out of pocket expenses related to the accident.Ask a similar question
Yes, and you need to consult with your insurance.
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The other driver can file a claim against you even if he/she did not have insurance at the time of the collision, but the other driver’s recovery will be limited to property damage, medical expenses, lost wages and other out of pocket expenses; but not pain and suffering. If you have insurance coverage, report the claim to your insurance.
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If you are asking whether or not you can file against the expired insurance coverage - not likely, however, I would report the matter to your insurance company.Ask a similar question
If the other driver did not have insurance at the time of the accident the driver would be limited to recovering for economic damages only. This means he/she could recover nothing for pain and suffering. Perhaps it was just an old insurance card? Regardless, the fact that the driver did not have valid proof of insurance will have no bearing on a civil lawsuit unless the driver actually was not insured at the time of the accident. Failure to carry proof of insurance is a vehicle code violation that the driver could be cited for by the police. By itself, such an infraction does not help you.Ask a similar question
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