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Answered 2012-06-27 02:36:42

It depends on which side of the event you're on first. Basically, whenever you have someone hit your vehicle that has no insurance you are making an uninsured motorist claim. This is normally where subrogation comes into play but it can work the same in any situation where a third party causes damage to your property and your insurance company comes in to pay for the damages for you. In these cases you sign over your rights to collect from the third party to your insurance company in exchange for them going ahead and paying for your damages. The insurance company will then go after the party which caused the damage and collect any damages that they caused instead of you having to take them into court and then try to collect for your damages. The insurance company basically does all this for you as you assign them your rights to the insurance company.

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First off you really don't need the insurance companies name because you are not filing suit against the insurance company. You always file suit against the party who is liable for the loss and that is the party that caused the accident itself and not the insurance company. They were not even there right? When you file suit against the owner and driver of the other vehicle they will be responsible for turning your claim over to their insurance company who will represent them and pay any loss that they are responsible for to you. That's all you have to do.

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