My boyfriend worked for a company & was a driver. During his work day on 10/2009 he had an car accident.
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Insurance Question from Denver, CO
Asked on 11/12/2012
My boyfriend worked for a company & was a driver. During his work day on 10/2009 he had an car accident. The company that he worked for, let him go, (fired him) & he was told their insurance Owner's insurance would take care of everythng because his insurance while driving his vehicle was thru them.It is now 2012 and he received paperwork & a phone call from an atty's office which he doesn't know from the company he use to work for or the plaintiff(the person he hit), They asked to pick up the paperwork & the paperwork states that they are summoning him to respond within 20 days of the filing 10/2/2012 & the attorney got in touch w/him on 11/7/12 & was asked that he respond but he recvd late?
Answer given on November 13, 2012
talk to a lawyer
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