even though there’s no claim do you have to give insurance info after a not at fault accident?
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Insurance Question from Staunton, IL
Asked on 02/18/2013
even though there’s no claim do you have to give insurance info after a not at fault accident? A car pulled in front of my daughter causing an accident in a parking lot.Police wrote down that she said it was her fault, She had quickly turned left in front of my daughter trying to make it into a Wendy's without looking for oncoming traffic. Of course, no tickets were issued.There was no damage to my daughters car, the other car was damaged.Since it's clearly & admittedly their fault & my daughter has only liability, does she have to give them insurance info?She's prepared to sign off since she had no damages or injuries, so why would they need any more info? She's starting a new job & just wants it said & done.
Answer given on October 31, 2013
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