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I had a car accident over two months ago in NJ, and I was 100% NOT in fault (I am not a NJ resident although I have NJ plates for my car that I leave at my property in NJ). The other driver in fault is a NJ resident. I only have liability coverage.
The other driver’s insurance company is refusing to pay for the car rental that they reserved for me. The rental company told me that the driver of a rental car is responsible for the rental cost if the insurance company who made the reservation decides not to pay.
Not only the insurance company didn’t pay for the whole repair, now they stuck me with a $500 rental bill, putting me in more trouble. What legal options do I have? Is there anywhere I can complain, and how much power they have to help?
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