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don't worry the paying insurance company will contact you for repayment once all their claims are settled they will turn it over to the subrogation dept who will get in contact with you.....or you could call the paying insurance company and ask them who you need to talk to about repayment of this debt...some company's (while i don't agree), will automatically file suit to get a judgement, so you might want to get ahold of them yourself first and offer to make some payment arrangements.....and perhaps stop that suit........i guess the friend didn't have ins. on the car and you (or your parents if you live at home) have no auto ins policys?

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Q: You crashed your friends car and thought you was insured but found out that you was not you do not know the persons number as it has all gone through insurance how can you pay it or will it have to go?
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