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Maybe not as much as you might think. A lot depends on your insurance companies rules. It may only result in an amount less than a $100 but could exceed $500 depending on the state you live in, the company you are insured with, and the car you drive. Drive careful from now on.

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Is insurance company still liable for medical payments even you no longer carry that insurance?

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Will insurance company pay up after a car accident seven months ago?

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Can you sue the insurance for injuries 7 months after a car accident?

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Can you file a police report months after a car accident?

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How will having four points on your license at age 22 affect your insurance?

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Do you have to pay auto insurance if your car is totaled in an accident and may not have another car for several months?

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Do yo have to buy car insurance once you have a license regardless whether you are driving?

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If your insurance will not cover your son during the 6 months he is driving with a learner's permit what happens if he is involved in a car accident while driving with an adult?

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