Sure, can't hurt. However, this type of traffic violation is typically not a cause or factor in how an incident occurred.
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All facts should be presented to your insurance adjuster but regardless of whether a vehicle is allowed to be on the road doesn't necessarily mean they are liable for an accident.
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Although this fact may be helpful to your case and should be presented to your insurance company, it may not help in determining liability. Best of luck.
I tend to agree with the responding counsel.. You should being all important details concerning your case to your insurance company. If you were injured, then you should consult with a local personal injury attorney to review your case and advocate on your behalf. Best of luck.
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