Three cars (A, B, & C) traveling (i.e., not stopped) in the same direction. C hits B in the rear end, and B hits A in the rear end. The cops were called and police report filed. A has zero liability. The other two vehicles were totaled and both drivers transported. The problem is, Driver C only has $10,000 of insurance. Driver B’s insurance refuses to accept the claim. Driver C was cited with accident. A filed the claim first. C's insurance is offering $500 to cover A's deductible and A files against his own insurance.
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