<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ssn:
In California, My nephew was involved in a car accident two months ago. It was a rear end collision. He hit the other vehicle. No ticket was issued, to him or the other driver, by the police which were called to the scene of the accident. No one claimed to be hurt. He has full coverege insurance. His vehicle has been repaired and paid by his insurance. He is now being sued by the other driver, child passanger and their lawyer for $1 million dollars. My question is: since he had and stillhas full coverage insurance with the same company, should the insurance take care of it? (the paper work only names my nephew as the defendent)
Or should he hire a lawyer and counter sue for $2 million?!!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
You posted to the wrong Board. This is the Criminal Law Board. Please post this on the Accident, Insurance Board.
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