Will my insurance cover costs after my uncle got into an accident with my car?
My uncle got into an accident while driving my car and he's at fault. I have full-coverage insurance for the car. Will my insurer cover costs for damages and injuries?
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Answered on Feb 24, 2021
Sorry to hear about the accident. Your insurance will cover the cost to repair the car, but your uncle’s insurance should cover the injuries, if there were any. He should also let his insurance provider know that he was in an accident.
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