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I would get your insurance company involved, they are there to keep this from happening.

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Q: What to do if your insurance ruled other party at fault and they refuse to turn in to their insurance now they are suing you?
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If you are in an accident and it is not your fault will the other insurance pay if you do not have comprehensive insurance?

Yes. The terms of your insurance policy are not relevant if the other party is at fault.

Can the responsible party refuse to pay for damages if the person driving your vehicle was not on your policy and you have only liability?

No, they can't refuse. Not having a person on your policy and having liability only doesn't mean that the responsible party is relieved from accountability. File a claim with the other party's Insurance co, if not sue the other driver, as long as you can prove that they were at fault.

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Can an at-fault person's auto insurance company refuse to pay a claim to the damaged party because the household member of the at-fault vehicle was not listed on the policy?

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Will your insurance go up if you're at fault but the other party has no insurance?

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What if the other party admits fault but the accident report says you are at fault will the other party's insurance pay since the party admitted to fault?

GET IT IN WRITING!!! Having an oral admission of guilt from the guilty party when YOU are on the report as the guilty party doesn't mean a thing.

Do you have to let your insurance company know you were in an accident that was your fault if you have not heard from the other party or your insurance?

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Can the insurance company of the person at fault refuse to pay for the damages if their client claims he or she is not guilty?

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How do you sue another persons insurance company for an accident that was your fault?

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Whose insurance pays when someone else hits your car?

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What are the benefits of Florida no fault car Insurance?

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Will your insurance company pay you a diminished value if accident is your fault?

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