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I am sorry to hear this.
Did he get a registered letter advising him that his insurance was going to be cancelled?
Did they try sending them to his house and he wasn't home?Did he not get notices of a registered letter?
Or did he and he just ignored them?
But notices would have been left to pick up the letter. Did he ignore them?
And did they make an error with the payments or did he simply not pay for some reason?
I was hoping the can get them to continue coverage but unfortunately this sounds like this was your son's fault and not theirs.
He can sue the other driver who was at fault.
That driver will have insurance to cover this because all insurance policies do cover situations where an at fault driver damages an uninsured car.
If the police discover he was driving without insurance the owner of he car will be charged for sure.
But that has nothing to do with him suing.
He was not at fault so he can sue the driver of the other car who will then report this to their insurers.
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I have to correct my answer.
I just did some further research and he cannot sue.
Because there was a car that was not insured and insurance is mandatory and because we have a no fault system he cannot sue at all.
I am sorry about that.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?