Car stolen ava totaled, mom cancelled insurance unknowingly
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Insurance Question from Newton, KS
Asked on 03/07/2018
Car stolen ava totaled, mom cancelled insurance unknowingly My car was stolen on a Saturday and was on a high-speed chase and it was totaled 5 days before my mom cancelled my insurance for my car she cancelled it but kept her car insured is there anything that I can do about this? The police know who stole my vehicle but they haven't called him yet he does not have insurance or license what are my options there was also a loan out on my car. I now have no vehicle and need to know what to do if I hire an attorney will there be any point or is there nothing I can do?
Answer given on March 11, 2018
If your car was stolen and your mother cancelled the insurance five days after the incident, your insurance was still valid so it should be covered for the damages to the car.
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