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Rear ended on freeway in WA and driver was different than owner of the pick up. To state patrol I have a statement that he was speeding and was unable to stop but later at my visit to chiropractor, on written 'accident questionnaire form' that 'I think he was determined to hit me as he was angry'. can insurance company of the owner of the truck find this statement as an excuse saying that it was intentional act and not accident. Driver was not the owner of pick up, not sure if driver was insured at all. Owner admitted that driver had an permission to drive his pick up.Even though I gave a wrong statement to chiropractor, owner's insurance company is still liable to pay for owner's negligence? Also just my statement to chiropractor is enough for them to prove that it was intentional?
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