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Her witness claimed that i saw her backing out and chose to go around instead of waiting and the insurance company used her statement as a reason to site the MD 1% rule - what role, if any, will the insurance denial of my claim based on the 1% rule have on my case? I can claim that the witness cannot say what i saw and did not see but will that be enough - in addition, can i ask for court cost?
Thank you for your responses. One more question:
My car year is 1977 – the possibility that thedamage to the car is greater than the cost of the car is feasible – In MD if this is so the insurance company will not pay to fix the vehicle but rather pay the blue book value of the car. Can I sue her for the estimated cost to fix my car or will I have to limit my claim to the blue book value? The windshield, a mirror and the passenger doors were damaged in the accident
Friendly reminder that i am waiting for a response to my last question posted @4:06pm regarding dollar amount.
Thank you for your expert advice - you have given me information that will help me decide how to move forward. I will definately take your advice into consideration. Again, thank you for our time.
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