I was driving on freeway and was read ended exchanged info and later realised my insurance had been suspended due to late payment. He was insured.
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Insurance Question from Downey, CA
Asked on 06/13/2018
I was driving on freeway and was read ended exchanged info and later realised my insurance had been suspended due to late payment. He was insured. What should I do. Seeing as he read ended me does his insurance company still repair even though I was presently not insured.
Answer given on June 20, 2018
If you were rearended by another driver, their insurance company should pay for the damages to your car. Many times the insurance company may not ask about your insurance, but if they do, give them the name of your insurance company. You should also be sure that you have since paid your insurance premium to your company and the policy has been reinstated. If you paid the premium within a certain number of days, your insurance company may have reinstated the insurance without any lapse in insurance coverage.
The other insurance company most likely will not contact your insurance company, but if they do it really should not affect the settlement of your claim for damages to your car. Provide the insurance company with an estimate, or go to the repair facility they recommend if you do not have a preferred place for repairs. They should be able to settle the claim simply and quickly.
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