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Are you saying you want to sue the insurance companies?
When was the accident?
The accident was 10/25/2010. I want it off my credit report, medical expenses, court costs, and penalties and fees paid in full and compensation for pain and suffering, emotional stress, loss of time (1 day), and inconvenience. I am naming the insurance company and insured driver. Is this correct way to file?
So the insurance company will not be required to pay the bill? So I am left to hope that the drivers pay in small claims court? I cannot file a claim against both the driver and insurance company? So should I charge driver 2 and driver 4?
Okay. Thank you. The last thing is should the bill be split 50/50 or should driver 2 who started the chain reaction be charged with more?
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