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#5311: 09-29-2012, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by MooKz View Post
Yes and when accidents happen, the other person shows you their insurance.
And if they refuse to produce insurance, you give them one last chance and tell them you're going to call the police and report leaving the scene of an accident, which is what they are essentially doing.
In fact, you should call the police anyway. You have no idea how many accidents turn into disputes.
The guy will be nice to you at the scene and then screw you to his insurance company by disputing the facts. No witnesses, no police report to back SOMETHING up and you are screwed with a denial.
Don't fall for it.

Also, no fault applies to injuries. Unless there are some really backwards states out there which truly waive legal negligence for all aspects to all drivers, which would negate the responsibility of carrying liability insurance to begin with.

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