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2012-07-05 05:50:10

That means that you have liability coverage only, which does not cover your damages. If the other driver is uninsured, the only option left is, to take him to court and sue him for your damages.

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Personally I would sue the person for damages in a civil court for payment of the repair or replacement of the car.


No. No kind of insurance covers drunk driving.


You can file a claim with your insurance company. You can also get a lawyer and file a lawsuit against the drunk driver.


I know someone currently in that situation. If the insured person is at fault (states so on police report) you should do your best to obtain a police report and get his insurance information. You or your attorney should contact his insurance company to file a claim. This is the stage my friend is at. I will let you know how it turns out. In her situation she was able to obtain an arrest report as it was the hit and run of a parked car by a drunk driver. The driver was arrested that evening and several other cars on the block were damaged.


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If your policy excludes acts during the commission of a felony then No.


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yes because if he/she is drunk and crashes into you that is considered illegal


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Once your policy was cancelled you no longer have coverage. Hopefully the drunk driver has good enough insurance to take care of your damages.


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