what happens when a person causes a minor wreck between an uninsured driver and another parked car, although the driver got insurance shortly after?


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Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

After does not count!

That's like locking the barn door after the animals got out.

I'm pretty sure you will get a ticket for lack of insurance and the fine is pretty stiff. Other things could happen too. You should be responsible for all damages to other vehicles.

carlos Striker Profile
carlos Striker answered

It is not the same, uninsured driver shouldn't one road to start with. He has to bear not only his own expenses but also subject to penalisation, albeit it is somebody else's fault.  Wrecker has to pay for the other person's damage.

Perry Nuttal Profile
Perry Nuttal answered

"Minor wreck?" Not sure if those two words go together. You were an uninsured driver that caused an accident, not looking good.

Martin Garret Profile
Martin Garret answered

I can't really say but I want to say again that it's really important to have an insurance. It's really to get one these days, you can learn how on and it's not expensive at all but the advantages are obvious, in case of an accident, you won't have any problems which is great.

Karl Sagan Profile
Karl Sagan answered

I completely agree with you. Most insurance companies require evidence such as photos or documents from an independent expert review when an insurance event occurs. I've had a couple of insurance cases, but it wasn't serious. For fun, I suggest you look at the 10 mascots of the most famous insurance companies in the United States You may find this amusing.

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