Unlikely, but the insurance company might deny coverage for yor damage, if you claimed you had a valid license when applying for coverage.
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If you had insurance and are making a valid claim than no. Lying to your insurance company to set up a claim would be fraud.
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There is no fraud here, unless you lied when you made the claim. However, you may be denied coverage based on your policy language (like violating a law.)
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