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If a parent of an adult child is listed as co-owner of the car are they legally responsible for accidents?

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2006-05-20 16:55:55
2006-05-20 16:55:55

Very possibly. Talk to a lawyer if you have concerns and buy a personal liability policy giving you a million dollars or more of liability coverage to protect your assets.

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