If you cannot pay, there is little you can do now. Your real problems will start if you are sued. I would not respond to the letters as CCS is a collection agent and that will only draw more attention to you and make them think you have assets. If you do get sued, and they get a judgment against you, they can take your license away. If that happens, you can file bankruptcy and that will allow you to get your license back.
Lawrence J. Marraffino
Gainesville Banrkuptcy Lawyer
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As a permissive driver of your boyfriend's car, regardless of your license status, you are insured under his contract of insurance. You do not state what Allstate is claiming the money is for. You need to find out why Allstate is claiming this money. Is it for property damage, medical expenses?
You need to ask your boyfriend what extent of coverage he had. Review his insurance policy. Unfortunately, Florida only requires that you have property damage liability coverage to protect against a 3rd party claim. Your boyfriend may not have insured himself (and you) for bodily injury liability claims. Speak with your boyfriend's insurance carrier as soon as possible to find out exactly what has been done at their end.
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