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What happens if your 18 year old son who is on your insurance rear-ended another car no one was injured and the other car is driveable but yours is not?


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2006-03-21 16:38:24
2006-03-21 16:38:24

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS get a police report. People often claim OTHER, unrelated damages when there is no police report. It's better to just face up to your mistakes and get the proper documentation. It will be far better off in the long run.


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