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Insurance co, 1) Meaning, your OWN carrier...right?.
wont pay insurance claim because I was driving someone elses car
2) Was the accident your fault?
had full coverage You had liability insurance, which would be what is relevant here, when driving your own car or possibly another legally driven car (i.e. one that is insured also).
so now I am being sude by the people whos car I hit
3) And your own carrier will not provide a defense?
4) What about the car you were driving? The carrier that covered THAT car for THAT owner.
there attorny have had my driving privliges and license supended
5) Please tell me on what basis your license was suspended?
6) And, Uh, oh, was that car you were driving not insured?
what can I DO I need answers to these questions if I can hope to see if there is something you can do here. I look forward to your answers. Please answer them by Numbering your answers to correspond to the numbered questions.
Optional Information: Country relating to Question: United States State (if USA): Ohio Already Tried: talking to the insurance co.
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