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If in a wreck and my fault with no insurance?


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Answered 2011-09-12 21:22:30

If you were At Fault for the accident you are responsible for the damages to the other person's car. If you are unwilling to pay they can take you to court and attach a lien to your property, garnish your wages or otherwise force you to pay for the damages you caused.

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If it is found to be your fault, then your insurance could go up. If you are found to be at fault, then it shouldn't.



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