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Will insurance cover injuries and damages if it was a result of DUI?

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2005-12-08 04:25:23
2005-12-08 04:25:23

Yes, if your legally licensed and have adaquate insurance. If it was also not the thought out plan of suicide. That doesn't mean they will keep you afterward though.

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