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If you were rear-ended while running errands for work and your insurance cancelled you without notice is the other driver still liable for damages or what?

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2005-10-29 04:09:55
2005-10-29 04:09:55

First of all insurance companies don't cancel policies without notice. Second, it doesn't matter if you had current coverage or not if someone else was responsible for the damage to your car. File the claim with the insurance company that was covering the at fault driver.

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